1982 Jeep CJ-7 Jamboree
The Rarest CJ-7 Ever Built &
One of the Rarest Jeeps of All Time
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This page contains general CJ and Jambo-specific documents.
Click here for the 1982 CJ sales flyer.
Click here for the reduced version (CJs only) of the 1982 Jeep Sales brochure.
Click here for the 1982 Jeep accessories catalog. This is a large file. Good luck finding this stuff!
Click here for the original paint colors.
Click here for the 1982 trim codes (1EN = Jambo).
Click here for the 1981-1986 Jeep Parts Catalog. This pdf is searchable!
Here are links to the 1982 Jeep Technical Service Manuals: Chassis, Engine, and Body.
Here are copies of the Product Direction Letters that defined the Jambo (provided by Jim Allen): PDL1, PDL2a, PDL2b.
Click here for a copy of the original Jambo sales brochure. This details the Jambo's standard features and includes great color pictures. Notice that main pictures feature a Jambo with no antenna, but there is a small picture showing a Jambo with an antenna. These pictures must have been taken at different times. The Jambo did not come with a radio from the factory. So, it makes sense that the main pictures show a Jambo without an antenna. However, the smaller pics show the optional dealer-installed AM/FM/CB and an antenna.
Here is a copy of an original Jambo window sticker. Thanks to Capt. Pete for providing this!
Here is a copy of the original Jambo advertisement. This also appears in Jim Allen's book.
Check out the certificate of authenticity that came with each Jambo. Thanks to Tom Timbario for providing this.
Here is a copy of the letter provided to owners. Thanks to Tom Timbario for providing this.
AMC had a sweepstakes in 1982 with a new Jamboree as first prize. Here is the flyer. Diana Falcone, of Midland, Texas, won the sweepstakes and drove her prize on the Rubicon during the 1982 Jeepers Jamboree.
Here is the 1983 accessories catalog, which features a Topaz Gold Metallic Jeep on the front without the Jambo lettering. This catalog came out in July 1982, which is just at the end of the Jambo production run and the end of the 1982 model year. The basis for this catalog must have been a picture of Jambo #2000 without the Jamboree lettering. Here is the last page from the 1983 accessories catalog, showing all the great things you could buy for your Jeep.
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