The Nissan SD-33 diesel appeared in a number of U.S. vehicles in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s, including the last few years of the IH Scout and a bunch of industrial/marine applications. The naturally aspirated versions were rated around 90 horses, but a turbo version was used (not in Jeeps) that made a whopping 101hp. Power brakes and steering were optional in some markets and standard in some. This one has both. From the available literature, it doesn’t appear the diesels were offered with A/C, but reportedly, the gas version could be fitted with the same A/C kit as the CJs.