Jeep DJ5 – 1978

Jeep 4×4 DJ5 convertible 1978, painted by Herman Brood

– unique art object
– robust and good driving
– 3.8-litre 6-cylinder engine

Unique! This robust Jeep was painted by the famous singer and painter Herman Brood. For a good cause at the time, he painted 12 Jeeps: each in a distinctive and therefore unique way. He said about this himself: “Boy, am I surprised that people don’t have their cars painted more often in order to get their vehicles out of their anonymity as well as to be able to brag in the street cq. to avoid gestaltless passing. After all, a painting is only seen by the one and a half bipeds that come to your place. Moreover, in my capacity of attention-seeking exhibitionist, I am far from averse to seeing my creations in the cityscape. You see, I will keep you informed.” The certificate of authenticity, signed by Herman Brood, is present with the car. This specimen’s beautiful bright blue colour makes it extra striking. Besides being a wonderful collector’s and art object, the Jeep is of course also a robust off-roader: equipped with 4×4, a 6-cylinder engine, off-road tyres and ready to put a smile on your face on any terrain. The transmission is automatic. The rear seats accommodate two extra people and the roll bar offers protection. Also included with the car are a canvas convertible roof, radio/CD player and spare wheel. In short: a unique art object with a high FUN factor as well!

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Price 19.500
Kilometers 2,891 km
Color Blue
Registration Dutch
Drive Type all wheel drive
Engine 6 cylinder in-line 3.8L


Year 1978
Make Jeep
Model DJ5
Seats 4
Drive Type all wheel drive
Engine Displacement (cc) 3803
Engine Location Front
Engine Type in-line
Engine (l) 3.8
Engine Cylinders 6
Engine Max Power (HP) 101
Country United States