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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-01-2002, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hey, anyone out there know of a website that would have pictures of the different grills offered on the full size jeeps throughout the ages? I'm trying to determine what years a certain grill offered in the mid-60's came on. Thanks!

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Re: grills

Huh, I think I answered part of my own question.. did a little searching and found the website for the International Full Size Jeep Association. http://www.ifsja.org I'm still wondering about the years on a specific grill though... Looks to be early 60's through maybe 69 or so. Its the round headlight grill, with the circular ilghts inboard of the headlamps, and the vertically slotted grill portion in the very center underneath the "hump" on the hood. Can anyone tell me what years I'm looking for there? And was it different on the cherokees/wagoneers than it was on the full size pickups?

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Sully . . . most of the guys refer to it as the 'rhino' grille . . . a very sought after look. The buckets inboard are 7", same as some GM cars. Do a thread search over at IFSJA for 'rhino' and you will probably find what you are looking for.

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The "rhino" or bucktoothed" grille was used on '63 to early '65 wagoneers and '63 to early '70 j-trucks. There were never any lights offered from the factory to fit in those dummy horn covers, but many owners will throw a pair of off-road lights in that space.

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