Cheap Jeep for Export In the early ’60s, Jeep was falling behind Land Rover and Toyota in the export markets and was looking for a way to sell more Jeeps overseas. One idea that came really close to enactment was the Export Low Investment Program. The idea was to send CKD (Chassis Knock Down) Jeeps to a factory overseas to be finished using local materials. The bodies were designed to be simply and easily produced locally on minimal tooling. A number of prototypes like this were built on J200 truck chassis. A design was penned for the CJ chassis, though it isn’t clear if any prototypes were built. A large book of blueprints and instructions on how to make the parts was produced. Not very Jeepy, but functional.