Jeep Comanche, given the designation MJ, is a pickup truck edition of the Cherokee compact SUV launched in 1984. Models came in rear-wheel and four-wheel drives. Two cargo boxes, which measure either 6 or 7 feet, were also available. Production of the unique truck was from 1986 to 1992.
Comanche has quite an unusual form as it is a unibody vehicle built along the likes of the Volkswagen Rabbit and the Dodge Rampage. The engineers at AMC made a subframe that they connected to the unibody structure to serve as the cargo box’s support.
There were two different subframe designs: one for the long-bed model and the other for the short-bed model, which was launched in 1987.