Jeep CJ CJ-10 10A
|Also called||Jeep One-Tonner Jeep J10|
|Assembly||United States: South Bend, Indiana Mexico: Toluca, Mexico State (Vehículos Automotores Mexicanos)|
|Body style||2-door pickup truck|
|Engine||151 cu in (2.5 L) AMC I4 (gasoline)198 cu in (3.2 L) Nissan SD33 I6 (diesel) 258 cu in (4.2 L) AMC I6 (gasoline)|
|Transmission||3-speed TorqueFlite A727 automatic 4-speed Tremec T177 manual|
|Wheelbase||119 inches (3,000 mm)|
|Curb weight||4,300 pounds (2,000 kg)|
The Jeep CJ-10 was a CJ-bodied pickup truck based on a heavily modified Jeep J10 pickup truck. Produced from 1981 through 1985, it was sold and designed for export markets; Australia in particular They featured square headlights mounted in the fenders and a 9-slot grille, a homage to the Willys MB used in WWII; all other civilian Jeeps had a 7 slot grille. The CJ-10 could have either a hardtop or a softtop. The truck could be equipped to handle either a 5,900 pounds (2,700 kg) or 6,700 pounds (3,000 kg) GVW. Three engines were offered, an 198 cu in six-cylinder Nissan built diesel engine, an 151 cu in four cylinder AMC built engine or a 258 cu in six cylinder AMC built engine. The driveline was largely from the larger J series pickups; consisting of either a four speed Tremec T177 manual transmission or a 3 speed TorqueFlite A727 automatic transmission, a New Process 208 transfer case, a semi-floating Dana 44 front differential, and either a semi-floating Dana 44 or Dana 60 rear differential, depending on GVW rating. Importation of the CJ-10 into Australia ended in 1985 with the drop of the Australian dollar's value causing the vehicle to be significantly more costly than its competitors.
|Body style||2-door flightline aircraft tug|
|Engine||198.1 cu in (3.2 L) Nissan SD33 Diesel I6|
The Jeep CJ-10A was a CJ-10-based flightline aircraft tug. Produced in Mexico from 1984 through 1986, were used by the United States Air Force for use as an aircraft pulling vehicle. About 2,300 were produced.