(North East Pennsylvania)
My first experience in a Jeep was my friend's, father's 1963 Willys pickup truck. That truck plowed the streets of our town, (a very hilly town) and worked all year as a masons truck.
My next experience was when I purchased a used 1983 CJ-8 Scrambler, simply an awesome Jeep! It NEVER broke down and left me stranded, in spite of how much abuse I put it through. Oh, lots of stuff broke on it, but it always managed to keep limping along.
My next Jeep was a 1991 Wrangler. I purchased it new, and I still have it, 278,000 miles. It's seen plenty of off road and currently is equipped with a Meyers 6" plow for the winter.
Our Family car is a 2001 Jeep Cherokee (XJ) limited my wife loves it. It's a rock solid dependable family car to tote around our family of 4.
I also acquired a 1987 Comanche, pulled out the bucket seats and put in a bench seat. It's been a real labor of love since the previous owner(s) didn't take proper care of it.. I had to weld in a new floor, and parts of the uni-frame.
So I personally couldn't agree with you more on your top picks of Jeeps!
Larry's Comment: You truly are a long time Jeep Lover. I love my '87 Comanche also, which is bone stock, but unlike yours was well taken care of when I bought it about 12 years ago.
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