Not likely unless you've already done some modifications to convert to a different type of headlamp.
Our jeeps came with either incandescent or halogen "sealed beams".
That means the entire housing, lens and filament are sealed so no moisture or contamination can get inside. The ones with Halogen inside are generally brighter for the same power draw.
The later Wagoneers use the large 6052 or H6052 rectangular bulbs, 65/55 Watts (Hi/Lo).
Lens Dimenesions are 200mm x 142mm, (7.9" wide x 5.5" high)
If you want to replace for better light on the road at very reasonable cost, GE's standard Nighthawk is considered the best by the experts on CandlepowerForums.
Oddly, it is listed as a 6054, which is dimensionally the same as a 6052 but usually has a 35 Watt low beam. But both an Amazon buyer and the GE website show it as 65 W/55W. Also Virgil on candlepowerforums measured the current and confirms they are 55W like 6052.
Specs at GE 6054NH
Next option up pricewise is an "H4" type bulb and 200mm x 142mm housing. It's also a direct fit but the bulb is seperate from the lens and reflector.
Hella's "Vision Plus" H4/HB2* headlight is decent, although the bulb it often comes with is only OK. This is one of the few H4 type headlights that conform to both European and US codes. Some places will sell the lamps without bulbs. There are some very good H4/HB2 bulbs from Philips, Narva and Osram without going over the stock wattage. HB2 is the US spec version of an H4 bulb.
Some are labled "plus", but have the same draw as normal.
From Dan Stern's website
About +30 & +50 Bulbs:
+30" and "+50" bulbs are standard-wattage items with higher filament luminance and tighter filament focus. They give better headlight performance than standard bulbs, with an attendant shorter bulb lifespan.
Another good H4 headlamp is made by Cibie. You can buy through Dan Stern
and Headlight Services
. I used Cibies for a long time, but just changed one that had a crack in it for the last ten years. That caused the reflector to darken over tme. I went with the vision-plus because it was easy to get quickly.
Finally, for yet more money, some people like the LED replacement H4s made by Trucklite and JW Speaker. They both perform decently. A summary table of Hilldweller's tests of these and some H4s are near the middle of this page
. Some, like me, hate the look and don't care for the light. But at least these two I mentioned do work well and draw less current, which is generally a good thing.
Probably more info than you wanted..