The Jeep CJ66 was originally rolled out at the aftermarket spectacular called SEMA, but this thing is no trailer queen. Jeep let us take the CJ out for some loops in beautiful Moab, Utah, to see what this franken-Jeep is truly made of.
And what itís made of is three different generation Jeeps, all rolled into one special concept. The chassis and underpinnings come from a Jeep TJ, the body is a from a 1966 CJ Universal Tuxedo Park model and many of the parts, including suspension bits and lights, are from a new JK Wrangler.
A two-inch lift kit takes the CJ66
up and over the rocks, while the concept fenders accommodate the big 35-inch tires and look tough. A set of 10th Anniversary Wrangler JK Rubicon Bumpers front and rear complete the clean appearance.
The beauty of the CJ66 is that the style screams nostalgia, while the actual working parts have the confidence of a modern vehicle.