The Dispatcher was the first two-wheel drive Universal Jeep, recycling
the CJ-3A body with the L-head 134 engine, as a recreational and delivery
vehicle. It was offered in soft top, hard top, and "surrey gala" versions, and
was available with or without a tailgate. The rear axle was a Spicer 23,
similar to the front axle of other Jeeps of the era, although the differential
was centered, not offset. Other distinguishing characteristics were the
four-bolt wheels and the steering-column gearshift. There was a special
model manufactured for use as a postal truck, with the cutout for the right
door extended all the way to the floor. Koenig made a special top with a
Also on The CJ3B Page, see The Dispatcher Jeeps and The DJ-3A Surrey.
Return to the Pictorial History of the Universal Jeep or the Universal Jeep Timeline, 1942-1986 on The CJ3B Page.
Bantam | BRC60 | Quad | Pygmy | Budd | GP | MA | BRC40 | Slat | MB | GPW | GPA | MLW-2 | CJ-1 | CJ-2 | CJ-2A | CJ-3A | CJ-V35 | M38 | X-98 | CJ-4 | CJ-4M | M38A1 | M38A1C | CJ-3B | Bobcat | DJ-3B | CJ-5 | M170 | USAF DJ | CJ-6 | DJ-3A | CJ-3B Long | M422 | M151 | M606 | CJ-5A | DJ-5 | DJ-6 | DJ-5A | Commando | CJ-7 | JeepII | CJ-8 | YJ | YJ Long | Renegade | TJ | Dakar | Icon | Willys | TJL | Unlimited | JK | J8 | JT | EV
CJ3B Home | Site Map | Updates | Search | Links | Bulletin Board