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In some ways it's hard to believe that such a primitive-looking interior was still in production in 1961, especially when Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge trucks could be ordered with quite spiffy-looking interiors. All you got with the Jeep truck was a rubber mat, a speedo with fuel and temp gauges, light and wiper switches, an ashtray (chrome), and a glovebox. The unlined roof was trimmed with simple, textured-cardboard side panels, as were the doors and kick panels.