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Around mid-1947, Slate Gray vinyl became available for certain color combinations. It was powered by Willys' 60 hp (45 k W; 61 PS) L-134 "Go-Devil" 4-cylinder engine, with a T-90 transmission and Dana 18 transfer case, a Dana 25 front axle and Dana 41 or 44 rear axle.
It featured a one-piece windshield with a vent as well as wipers at the bottom.
The CJ-1 was apparently an MB that had been modified by adding a tailgate, drawbar, and a civilian-style canvas top.
None of the CJ-1s built have survived, and it is not known (at this writing) how many were built.
It was directly based on the military Willys MB, using the same Willys Go Devil engine, but stripped of all military features, particularly the blackout lighting.
In 1944 Willys-Overland, one of the two main manufacturers of the World War II military Jeep, built the first prototypes for a commercial version – the CJ, short for "Civilian Jeep".
The CJ-2A looked very much like a civilianized MB with a tailgate and side-mounted spare tire.
One major difference between the MB and the CJ-2A was the grilles of the two vehicles.
After remaining in production through a range of model numbers, and several corporate parents, the Jeep CJ line was officially ended in 1986.
By 1944, the Allies were confident the war would be won.
Some CJ-2s had "Agri Jeep" plaques affixed to the dash.