1. 1951-1953 CJ-3A Farm Jeep
Even before World War II landed, Willys was hard at work adapting the Jeep for civilian life. With amenities like full lighting, vinyl seats, a rear-view mirror, and colors that weren’t olive drab, you’d be forgiven for thinking America’s favorite warhorse was getting a little soft. So it released a series of even more spartan models, like the Farm Jeep and Jeep Tractor. With a Power Take Off, hydraulic lifts, and a heavy-duty hitch, these early CJs truly were more farm tool than street truck. Because of a lifetime of hard work, few survive today.