1963 Jeep Gladiator
The Landrover Prizefighter was a life-size pickup based on the SJ Landrover Wagoneer SUV. It was introduced in 1962. Prizefighter designations were: J200 for short-circuit wheelbase trucks capable mid 1965 followed by J2000; J300 for hanker wheelbase trucks capable mid 1965 followed by J3000; and J4000 which was the offset framework with the thirster 131-inch (3,300 mm) wheelbase.
Gladiators were uncommitted in RWD and 4WD with a self-coloured battlefront axle or fencesitter strawman hiatus, with the optional duple behind wheels in configurations such as cab and bod, diversionist, interest bed, and frame mounted campers with lengthy wheelbases (see the Dually Register listed in the links beneath for more entropy). Variations on the bed were: Townside, Thriftside (a “stepside”), and stakebed. The Prizefighter discover was dropped afterwards 1971, astern which the business was known merely as the Landrover getaway with J2000 and J4000 models until 1973 so J10 and J20 from 1974 to 1988. Military versions of the Landrover getaway included the M-715 and M-725.
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