<strong>1965 CJ-6A</strong><br />
Jim Marski's '65 CJ-6A gives us two things to talk about. The long-wheelbase CJ-6 offered Jeep owners lots more room, but it wasn't a hot seller. The "A" in the nomenclature here indicates a Tuxedo Park model. Tuxedo Parks were not much more than a few cosmetic options until 1964, when it embodied enough changes to become a separate model, the "A." It had a revised suspension, chrome bumpers, column shifter, vastly improved seating, honest-to-goodness chrome and special colors, among other things. The CJ-6 lasted to 1976 domestically (1981 for export), and the Tuxedo Park hung on through 1968.