1976 Jeep J-10 Honcho
In the mid-1970s, Jeep decided to increase a tiny masculinity to its J-series pickup formation, and for ’76 it opened the Honcho. These trucks were high-styled models of car’s 1/2-ton J-10 short-wheelbase truck with splashy side designs and gigantic Honcho writing along the doors.
Mechanically, the Honcho overlapped the brand-new wider-track Dana 44 shafts with the Cherokee Chief. And like the Chief, the Honcho had gigantic barrier shapes. To increase ground clearance and off-road ability, the Honcho steered on 15-by-8.0-inch wheels covered around gigantic 31-inch-tall 10-15 tires, with styles varying over the truck’s years in act.