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Super Wagoneer sported many premium features including: air conditioning, power tailgate, power brakes, power steering, seven-position tilt steering wheel, tinted windows, three-tone body striping, vinyl roof, padded vinyl roof with chrome roof-rack, full wheel hubcaps, white-walled tires, powerful 327-cubic inch “Vigilante” four-barrel V8 engine (270 hp) with console-shifted TH400 “Turbo Hydra-Matic” automatic transmission–all standard.

With this high level of standard equipment, Super Wagoneer paved the way for the burgeoning luxury Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) market of today.

The Gladiator was available in either 120-inch (J-200) or 126-inch (J-300) form, and featuring a Dana 20 transfer case and Dana 44s front and rear.The Gladiator pickup truck was introduced as a \u201cbeautiful brute.\u201d A new \u201c Dauntless\u201d V6 engine in the CJ-5 and Cj-6 doubled the power of previous engines."}}],"buttons":[]},"assets":[]}" Wagoneer in 1962, an instant classic designed by Brooks Stevens and advertised as “All-New, All-Jeep.” It featured the first automatic transmission and independent suspension in a 4x4 vehicle.The Gladiator pickup truck was introduced as a “beautiful brute.” A new “Dauntless” V6 engine in the CJ-5 and Cj-6 doubled the power of previous engines.This brute featured a 19 spline Dana 44 front axle with D44, D53 or D60 rear. Engine options included the AMC 360 V8 and AMC 401 V8. Available options included a power takeoff, dumper body, snowplow, wrecker package and front-mounted winch.A J4800 Camper Special edition was available that could mount a living-space camper on the truck pickup body.

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