Introduced in 1966, the Jeepster Commando was Jeep's response to the growing popularity of small 4x4s like the International Scout, Toyota Land Cruiser, and Ford Bronco. The Commando proved popular, but when American Motors Corporation bought Jeep in 1970, one of their first moves was to redesign it. Starting in 1972, the new model was available with a 304-cubic inch V8. Sales dropped, and the line was killed in 1973 in favor of the Cherokee in 1974. The 1972 Commando up for auction here is part of the Route 66 Packard Museum collection and is in great original condition. Equipped with Warn Lock-o-Matic front hubs, automatic transmission, and the aforementioned 304 V8, it's a big piece of evolutionary Jeep history.