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Jeep CJ-5

Jeep CJ-5 in Diabolik, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: US — Built in: IT — Made for: I

Jeep CJ-5

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Hecubus CA

2007-01-29 12:56

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Jeep CJ-5?

gliffhanger NL

2007-01-29 12:59

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Yes...i Agree

DIEHARD NL

2007-01-29 20:20

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Hecubus wrote Jeep CJ-5?


agreed

datsunZ IT

2007-01-29 23:19

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Being that Jeep CJ-5 wasn't still imported in Italy at times of movie(IMDB says movie had Italian locations);can't be excluded could be an Italian-made(for a while into early Sixties')CJ-5,made near Palermo by Willys Mediterranea in few units(very rare today)

4x4peru US

2007-01-30 05:26

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There appears to be the aux power recess of the Willys M38A1 visible behind the front wheel. It has the early split windshield and the cowl battery cover that could be the M38A1 also. The windshield and cowl cover were on the early CJ5 as well. The headlights and front bumper do not go with the military version but could be custom like the paint stripes and wheels. The chrome bumper is most likely custom unless off the '65 Tuxedo model. A clearer pic of the suspension or body side would make it easy to be sure. But without solid evidence CJ5 is Ok with me.

rjluna2 US

2008-12-21 21:06

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datsunZ wrote
Being that Jeep CJ-5 wasn't still imported in Italy at times of movie(IMDB says movie had Italian locations);can't be excluded could be an Italian-made(for a while into early Sixties')CJ-5,made near Palermo by Willys Mediterranea in few units(very rare today)

Could this be for Italy market? I see repeater/marker on the fender along with white turn signal on the fender also...

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