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1977 Jeep CJ-5 Golden Eagle

1977 Jeep CJ-5 dans Coal Miner's Daughter, Film, 1980 IMDB

Catégorie : Voitures, Tout-terrain / SUV — Origine du modèle : US

1977 Jeep CJ-5 Golden Eagle

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Saturn Simon UK

2005-10-18 21:03

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A circa 1979 Jeep CJ-7 Golden Eagle.

Alexander DE

2005-10-18 21:04

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AMC Jeep CJ-7 'Golden Eagle' (1977).

Jeep is only the name, not the maker. As makers we had Willys, Kaiser and AMC. Only today under DaimlerChrysler ownership 'Jeep' is being used as a maker's name.



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antp BE

2005-10-18 22:01

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But then we will have to rename nearly all the Jeep :(

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sixcyl FR

2005-10-18 22:04

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In fact, we have to consider there are under different makes (AMC, Willys, Hotchkiss, Bantam..;etc...)

antp BE

2005-10-18 22:09

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Since the make could not be known, wouldn't it be better to list them as Jeep?

Alexander DE

2005-10-18 22:17

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If we want to be fairly accurate we have to use the maker. It is not really difficult.

Willys, Kaiser and AMC are in a historic line (one being taken over by the next). Hotchkiss is certainly difficult to identify, as it could easily be taken for a Willys MB or Ford GPW. Bantam looks different and I am looking forward to the film in which a Bantam turns up -- I doubt that we will see one.

It is not the only group of vehicles were this is important. Just look at Simca/Talbot/Chrysler/Sunbeam 'Avenger', the Datsun or Nissan cars, or the Sherpa van (Leyland, Austin-Morris, Freight-Rover, LTD, DAF).

I vote for keeping the real maker and not a virtual one.

Please also bear in mind that very many people call everything 4-wheel-drive a 'Jeep'. Even Land-Rovers!! ;)

antp BE

2005-10-18 22:51

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As you wish... but I think that you will have the task to identify all these "jeep" then :p

sixcyl FR

2005-10-18 22:50

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Some Jeep are easier to identify than others...for ex, the Delahaye...
About Jeep, I'm near agreeing with your point of view Alex till 1971, then we can consider that Jeep Corporation is an independant make from AMC first, then from Chrysler...can't we?...so we could keep JEEP as make (same case than EDSEL (ford) for ex...)

antp BE

2005-10-18 23:22

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In the AMC era, they were sold in France by Renault if I remember well. I guess that there the "AMC" name was not used at all.

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sixcyl FR

2005-10-18 23:23

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exact, during the late 70's/early 80's if I remember

Alexander DE

2005-10-18 23:15

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Yes, keeping 'Jeep' as a maker is absolutely correct for the modern ones.

I will help with the correct labeling of all those Jeeps ... but not all today! :)

PS: The Delahaye was never officially called Jeep but VLR. By that time Jeep was already a trademark.
And Delahaye is by far to noble for mud-digging in the Jeep-style. :D

Alexander DE

2005-10-18 23:27

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Oh, just a bit of cross-posting -- hope no-one gets confused.

The CJ-7 sold in Europe had Renault engines during that time. I have a very faint memory that they were sold as AMC-Renault. Perhaps someone has old brochures of that time.

The link came through Industrias Kaiser Argentina S.A. (IKA).

sixcyl FR

2005-10-18 23:40

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Interesting...I thought, there was a link between VLR Delahaye and Jeep...no licence with the american production?

About AMC Renault, I'll have a look in my old brochures next week end, if I have enough time?...

antp BE

2005-10-18 23:57

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There was also a "jeep" made by Peugeot, at the same time than the Delahaye, but there were only few prototypes I think.
(much later they made the P4 which has a really different design than the Jeeps)

Alexander DE

2005-10-18 23:54

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The Delahaye was certainly inspired by the Willys MB, but a completely new design.

Here you can get some background information:
http://www.jeepland.freeserve.co.uk/delahaye/dhaye1.htm

The Hotchkiss M-201 was a licenced Willys MB.
(Same link for lots of information on Hotchkiss)

sixcyl FR

2005-10-19 00:15

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Thank's...very well documented site and instructive

Alexander DE

2005-10-19 00:35

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You are welcome.

Now I am searching for the Peugeot 4x4 prototype :)

The Peugeot P4 is the same construction as the Mercedes-Benz G, both being initially designed by Steyr-Puch.

antp BE

2005-10-19 09:30

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It seems that the Peugeot is called "VSP" or "203 R"

Alexander DE

2005-10-19 11:57

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Found it! :)

http://nicosfly.free.fr/doc203.php

It seems both names were used.

4x4peru US

2006-09-22 19:39

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Back to the vehicle...it is a CJ5. Short wheelbase, note the indented lip of the rear side rail where the side cover snaps are located. The CJ7 of this period (77-78) also had a more straight-up roll bar mounted slightly futher aft.

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