The Jeep CJ-10 was a CJ-bodied pickup truck based on a heavily modified Jeep J10 pickup truck.   Produced from 1981 to 1985, it was sold and designed for export markets, Australia in particular. They featured rectangular headlights mounted in the fenders and a ten-slot grille, where all other CJ Jeeps had a seven-slot grille.

  • Production: 1981 - 1985
  • Body Style: Two-door Pickup Truck
  • Engine: 151 cu inch (2.5L) AMC I4, 198 cu inch (3.2L) Nissan SD33 I6 diesel, 258 cu inch (4.2L) AMC I6
  • Transmission: 3-speed TorqueFlite A727 automatic, 4-speed Tremec T177 manual
  • Wheelbase: 119.8 inches
  • Length: 191 inches
  • Width: 68 inches
  • Height: 72 inches
  • Curb Weight: 4,300 pounds


The truck could be equipped to handle either a 5,900 lb or 6,700 lb GVW.  The driveline was largely from the larger J series pickups, consisting of either a four-speed Tremec T177 manual transmission or a three-speed TorqueFlite A727 automatic transmission, a New Process 208transfer case, a semi-floating Dana 44 front differential, and either a semi-floating Dana 44 or Dana 60 rear differential, depending on GVW rating. Importation of the CJ-10 into Australia ended in 1985 with the drop of the Australian dollar's value, causing the vehicle to be significantly more costly than its competitors. 

 The Jeep CJ-10A was a CJ-10-based flightline aircraft tug. Produced in Mexico from 1984 to 1986, it was used by the United States Air Force as an aircraft-pulling vehicle. It was a 4x2 bobtail design. About 2,300 were produced.