The Jeep graduated from being a utilitarian workhorse in war and peacetime, eventually becoming a fun, practical vehicle for around town, at resorts, the beach and lakes. It became, in fact, something of a fashion statement and Jeep responded with the "DJ," a pert, cute, fashionable little two-wheel drive Jeep in bright pastel colors wearing a jaunty surrey style tap with fringed edges. Simple to drive, rugged and reliable, a Jeep Surrey was perfect for the beach or lake house. Fleets of them were deployed to tropical resorts and were a fixture in destinations like Hawaii and Acapulco in the Sixties. This 1963 DJ-3 has been restored to better than new condition and is beyond perfect in every respect. It is powered by Jeep's rugged little 134 cubic inch inline four-cylinder engine with three-speed manual transmission. More importantly, it is festively finished in Tropical Mist (pink) with Tropical Mist and Glacier White upholstery and a matching striped surrey top and spare tire cover. It is cheeky, cute, cheerful and fabulously restored. That's a combination that's hard to beat.