At first glance, this is one ugly yet unique Jeep. This CJ-based truck gives a whole new meaning of all breeds. Steve Hendricks of Evington, Virginia, got a lot of double takes on his '85 CJ-10 as people walked by. At first glance it looks like someone's attempt at making a homemade, grab-what-you-can-and-run truck, but this lovely creation was actually made by Jeep. The CJ-10 included a unique front clip, removable full doors, and metal hardtop, yet sported square halogen headlights, squarish fenders, and a ten-slot flat-faced grille that was unique to this model.