Everything Jeep Fans Should Know About The CJ8 ‘Scrambler’

The Jeep brand dates back to World War II when Willys Overland adapted the Quad it built for the U.S. Army into the CJ-2A. Jeep has since passed to Kaiser and AMC, then to Chrysler when it bought American Motors in 1987. Chrysler came under the Stellantis umbrella when Fiat Chrysler and the Peugeot Group joined forces, and the CJ line died with Chrysler’s introduction of the first of four generations of the Wrangler. The rarest CJ was the CJ-8 Scrambler, an extended version

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