The Dispatcher was the first two-wheel drive Universal Jeep, recycling the CJ-3A body and the L-head 134 engine, as a recreational and delivery vehicle. It was offered in soft top, hard top, and "Surrey" versions, and was available with or without a tailgate. The rear axle was a Spicer 23, similar to the front axle of other Jeeps of the era, although the differential was centered, not offset. Other distinguishing characteristics were the four-bolt wheels and the steering-column gearshift. There was a special model manufactured for use as a postal truck, with the cutout for the right door extended all the way to the floor. Koenig made a special top with a sliding door.
Also on CJ3B.info, see The DJ-3A Dispatcher.
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