32. Jeep CJ-10
Jeep introduced the CJ-10 model in the early ‘80s. They sold it until 1985, mostly abroad, although they sold a small number in the U.S. This Jeep was a bigger, tougher model than most people expected because they based it on the J300 platform. It had a bigger payload and tow capacity and it was a heavy-duty Jeep truck.
It got its power from the classic 4.2-liter gasoline engine of a 3.2-liter Nissan diesel engine available on some markets. Domestic models included the military tug version the U.S. Air Force used. However, most of the civilian CJ-10 models ended up in Australia with right-hand drive.