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1969 Jeepster Commando Potomac, MD $14,900

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Chris forwarded this nice looking Commando. It appears to have been built by Jeep Viasa and imported from Spain based on the data plate.

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“1969 Jeep Commando Jeepster * 33k km * 4×4 *Removable Top * Runs Great * Manual Rare ‘69 Commando, You are welcome to come drive it. *Note this is a Commando not Commander as ad says. 1969 Kaiser Jeepster Commando Wagon”

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5 Comments on “1969 Jeepster Commando Potomac, MD $14,900

  1. Craig in ME

    May be more comfortable, but can’t imagine having much power or speed with the F-head 4 cyl. American versions had the V6 or later 232ci inline six. My brother had a ’70 w/the V6 and my dad had a ’72 w/the 232.

  2. Barney Goodwin

    Standard motor for the C101 through ’71 was the F4 and the V6 was the optional engine. In 51 years involvement with Jeep, can’t remember the last one I saw with the F4 in a C101. Just not popular .
    72 – 73 Commando offered 3 engines: 232-6, 258-6, and 304-V8.

  3. mark j

    I had a 72 with the 304. was the best off road back country jeep I ever had. fuel tank wasn’t all that large so had a jerry can bolted on. saved me a few times.

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