Off Road Trucks: The Scarce Jeeps!
J.G.'s 1975 Jeep J20 Pickup...click photo!
Off road trucks conjure up visions of tricked out pickups
of all sizes and shapes either screaming through the desert waste lands, climbing near vertical hills, creeping through boulders or splashing through mud bogs...like a Sumo wrestler doing cannonballs in a 3-foot pool.
Chevy, Ford, Dodge, Toyota, Nissan and other modern trucks tend to dominate in the hardcore off road 4x4 trucks categories...as well as everyday outings of those who simply love to camp, fish or explore in their off road trucks.
Now, think back to 1992 when the last Jeep pickup
was produced. What if the Jeep division (of whoever might own Jeep at the time) had not quit making fine pickups?
How Much Should you Pay
For a Used Jeep Pickup?
Larry's 1987 Jeep Comanche MJ...click photo
Would these trucks be competing with the big boys today?
I don't know, but what I do know is that many Jeep trucks dating back to the late 1940's up to that last Comanche MJ
in 1992 are still rolling on asphalt and dirt roads all over the world. I still see the occasional restored M35A2 6x6 military rig
grinding down the road, and the rough but tough J10
and a variety of other J-series pickups as well.
So what is the point of bringing this up now?
Those who own these aging Jeep trucks are a very special breed
who appreciate a good thing when they see it...and more so when they own it.
Mark's 1963 Willys Pickup...click photo!
Jonathan's 1970 Jeep Pickup...click photo!
I have received some pretty great looking old Jeep truck photos
from many proud owners. I know there are more of you who have these fine old off road trucks and would like to share yours with the rest of us as well.
Chet's Grandpa's 1962 Willys Pickup..click photo for more!
No matter what condition your truck is in (projects welcomed), please get your Jeep truck on this website by going here:
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It doesn't cost a thing and although it is easy to do (instructions are there), I will be glad to help you in any way possible if you just Contact Me!
Now send in your Willys, Kaiser, J-Series, Gladiator, Military, or Comanche stories and photos. You get all of the recognition for your pride and joy if you include your first name and your location (city, state, or country). You will get your own Jeep truck page.
All 4x4, 4x2 and 6x6 trucks, off road, pavement pounder trucks and big trucks are wanted as long as they are Jeeps.
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Help keep this great Jeep truck heritage alive, and encourage others to save, not crush these fine unique trucks. Share yours with other Jeep truck lovers now!
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