What is a Full Size Jeep?

An "FSJ" is any vehicle produced in North America, carrying the "Jeep" nameplate, with 2 or 4 doors, in 2 or 4 wheel drive, whose wheelbase does not exceed 132", nor is less than 109", and whose tread width is no more than 63" nor less than 57".

78 Wagoneer and J10 Honcho (the 401 years!)

The above definition includes the following models:

FSJ Grilles FSJ Grille designs
Wagoneer Family
(1963 - 1991)
1963 - 1983 Wagoneer
1984 - 1991 Grand Wagoneer
Cherokee (1974 - 1983) Full Size Cherokee (not the XJ)
J Series Trucks
(1963 - 1988)
Gladiator and J Series pictures
1966 - 1969 M-715 Military versions
AMC V8 Powered The first Jeep V8 was a 327 (not Chevy!)
Other AMC V8 history (360 not Chrysler!)
The following vehicles, while not technically Full Size Jeeps, are the honored forebearers of FSJ's
  • 1947-1965 Jeep All Steel Wagon

  • 1947-1965 Jeep Pickup (not Gladiator)

  • Forward Control Trucks -FC-150/FC-170 (although these are based upon CJ chassis


78 Cherokee Chief (blue is wide track - red is narrow track)