- A flat-fender, very similar to the military MB ('45-49)
except that the headlights bulge out of the grill
instead of being inset.
- A flat-fender, very similar to the military M38
- A flat-fender, the top of its hood sits 4"
higher above the fenders than the 3A to clear the
new F-head engine ('52-68).
- Only one prototype is known to exist. It was discovered
in 1997(?), still in the hands of its second owner.
It looks like a 50/50 mix of a CJ-3A and a CJ-5, with
only slightly rounded fenders.
- The civilian version of the M38A1, but with the
front shackles under the bumper like most other models.
81" ('55-'71) or 84" ('72-'83) wheelbase.
Front fenders are rounded like all subsequent short-wheelbase
Jeeps. Easily distinguished from the CJ-7 by a small
doorway with a rounded, sloping rear edge.
- Essentially a CJ-5 that was stretched 20" ('58-75),
intended for use as a small pickup.