1955 Jeep Cj 5
In 1955, Kaiser introduced the CJ-5, based on the 1951 Korean War M-38A1, with its rounded front-fender excogitation. It was slenderly bigger than the Landrover CJ-3B, as it featured an increased wheelbase and boilersuit distance. Improvements in engines, axles, transmissions and seats consolation made the CJ-5 an saint fomite for the populace’s development involvement in off-road vehicles.
The Landrover CJ-5 featured softer styling lines, including rounded consistence contours. A long-wheelbase simulation was introduced and was known as CJ-6. Obscure from a thirster wheelbase, the CJ-6 was virtually indistinguishable to the CJ-5. Landrover too introduced a forward-control cab-over-engine variant to the CJ demarcation in 1956.
The Landrover CJ-5 had the longest output run of any Landrover fomite, from 1954 to 1984. In the 16 eld of Kaiser possession, fabrication plants were naturalized in 30 countries, and Landrover vehicles were marketed in more 150 countries.
In 1965, a new “Intrepid” V-6 locomotive was introduced as an choice on both the 81-inch wheelbase Landrover CJ-5 and 101-inch wheelbase CJ-6. The 155-horsepower locomotive well-nigh twofold the hp of the touchstone four-cylinder locomotive. It was the offset clip a Landrover CJ could be furnished with a V-6.