Restored in 2009/2010 with all original parts. This specific CJ-6 body is unique to the South African Defence Force (SADF), The South African assembly plant made a new rear bin from the fuel filler neck area to the back. The local bin was very square with square corners and angular wheel arches. This bin was shorter so that the spare wheel and jerry can could fit on a step or rear bumper above the rear spring hangers, so as not to lengthen the vehicle further and decrease the departure angle. They therefore had no tailgate. A shovel bracket under the hood was also standard. These Jeeps were used in the SADF as general service trucks, radio trucks, 106 mm recoiless gun mounts, TOW anti tank missile carriers and command trucks.