During the 1980s, the USPS began the process of searching for a replacement vehicle for its Jeep DJs, which had been in use since the 1950s but did not have sufficient capacity for the increasing volume of mail. Rather than modify an existing vehicle for postal use, they decided to commission something tailor-made for delivering mail, designed to run all day for six days a week.
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