classic vintage removable hard top 4 wheel drive

Price: US $34,995.00
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: Commando
  • SubModel: Super Commando II
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Super Commando II
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 74312
  • VIN: J2A87FVH35401
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 304 V8
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Blue
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1972 Jeep Commando Super Commando II

This 1972 Jeep Commando Super Commando II is a rarely-seen classic SUV that comes with all the best features, like V8 power, four-wheel drive, and a removable convertible hardtop. It makes for a great way to have a stand-out classic that also has real usability.
A true Jeep Commando is quite a rare find. They were only available for two years without the Jeepster name attached. And more than the moniker, the Commando had its own new front end and unique sheetmetal that made it one of the most distinctive Jeeps in decades. What makes this one even more distinct is it's done in range-topping Super Commando II trim. While we don't have the paperwork to confirm an SC2, the appearance absolutely shows the premium feeling correctly. The light blue paint and white hardtop harmonize with nature like a sunny summer sky with just the right amount of clouds. Plus, the SC2 the paint theme loves to show the pieces that makes the Commando special. The darker blue streak highlights the power bulge in the hood, and the full-length stripe is a reminder that these had flush-fitting front fenders that gave these a more substantial style. It's all part of a highly detailed package. You see it in how the hardtop has a hint of windshield overhang, and how the fender flares seamlessly flow into the rocker panels. It proves that while this one has been enjoyed over the years, there have also been some nice investments in making sure this classic Jeep makes a great first impression.
The sea of blue continues inside, and it shows off quite a comfy interior. You have high-back bucket seats with a velour pattern, and the door panels were even done to match. Plus, there are nice features like full carpeting and a cup holder center console. The dash has a great classic look with a clean pad, factory speedometer, heat/defrost controls, and even the locking hub instructions are still affixed. You'll also notice well-integrated upgrades for more confident driving, including the auxiliary gauges. And even when you remove the hardtop, there's the protection and strength of a roll bar.
One of the great reasons the Commando is so special is that it was developed to hold AMC's V8. This optional 304 cubic-inch unit looks authentic and authoritative under the hood. In fact, the whole engine bay has the same look of a well-invested clean/classic presentation as the rest of this Jeep. The way it fires up and runs reminds you it's a stout powerhouse that has been well-respected. A three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and Goodyear tires make for a good all-around cruiser. Plus, don't forget as a true jeep you have a proper two-speed 4x4 transfer case.
Rarity, distinction, and function all come together on this Jeep Commando. So you know it's the right classic 4x4 for your beach house garage. Call now!