Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is proud to present this 1971 Jeep
Jeepster Commando. The Jeepster was first produced by Kaiser Jeep
in 1966 to compete with the Toyota Land Cruiser, Ford Bronco, and
the International Scout. The Jeepster remained in production after
AMC (American Motors Corporation) bought the Jeep line from Kaiser
in 1970. This Jeepster is an ancestor to the ever-so-popular modern
Jeep family produced by Chrysler, with Jeep being one of the most
recognized vehicles on the planet. Under the hood sits a peppy
231c.i V6 backed by a 4-speed manual floor shift transmission. The
Jeepster was originally red but now finished in a smooth Olive
Green complimented by a fresh White convertible top. The interior
boasts White seats with contrasting Black piping. The Commando is a
factory 4x4 from the factory with all components in-tact, but
currently the 4x4 option is inoperable. Classic SUV's are on fire
with prices skyrocketing. This rare, dependable cruiser is in
investment-quality condition and would be a nice addition to any
collection. Inquire today for more details.
1971 Jeep Jeepster
Exterior Color:Olive Green
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