The postal version of the DJ-5 Dispatcher 100, is immediately recognizable by its extended grille with only 5 slots (except for the 1968-70 DJ-5A version which had a standard DJ-5 front end.) It also had an extra large doorway, sliding door, and right-hand steering. Kaiser used a Chevrolet four-cylinder engine and Powerglide automatic transmission. American Motors used its own inline six-cylinder during the 1970's, and AM General continued to produce variations (up to DJ-5M) into the 1980's, using a number of different four- and six-cylinder engines and transmissions. Many postal Jeeps were still in service in 1997, but approaching surplus status. This one was photographed in the Washington, D.C. area. (Dan Fedorko)
Also on CJ3B.info, see The DJ-5 Dispatchers.
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