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This is PhilandRose 1979 Jeep CJ-5, 2,800 Miles, completely modified with stock features. New Frame, Metal Body, and All Attaching Body Panels, 4-wheel
I have a rare, mint condition 50th anniversary commemorative Jeep watch and would like to know what it's worth. I have a few other special items from the
I bought this Jeep from the original owner back in 1987, weeks after totaling my 73 CJ5. It's been a low priority, no priority project since I got it.
Hi! New Jeep owner here. I just bought my first Wrangler and plan to update it with some accessories. Planning to use some parts sources, but I'm open
I have a '98 Jeep TJ and it does have a lift kit. I am trying to find out if anyone else has any of the same problems I am having. While I drive it,
It's a '91 YJ High Output with a 3-inch shackle lift, K & N air system, throttle body spacer, and straight pipe. I’ve put 700 miles on this thing in one
Found this Jeep on the side of the road one day. It had 2 dented front fenders, a bent frame, and surface rust all around. Some kid had really mistreated
I have never been a car enthusiast until we purchased our Jeep. My wife and I decided to do a Wrangler because of the 4 wheel drive and it is notable
Being retired from the Air Force and long-time Jeep enthusiast I was wanting a project to occupy my spare time with so...I started searching for an old
I've heard some Jeeps were set for the civilian market but were made war ready in case they were needed. This could explain the Jeep I bought, that the
Military Support Websites is a list of recognized websites to assist the viewer in locating various troop support websites and other related charitable channels.
The Willys Jeep began life during a period of world turmoil. How did these military Jeeps survive?
This is the hard part! I don't like talking about me, myself and I, but I guess you may want to know who's behind all this madness.
She had a little rust so we decided to get it all fixed up and we’re glad we did. I’ve always had a jeep since I was old enough to drive. I had a 1969
Found abandoned while Elk hunting. Last licensed in 1999. Located an original Koenig Iron Works Hardtop in a pasture last year. Had to remove 5 layers
I have a Jeep Commander 3.0 V6 CRD Limited which I have had tuned for more horsepower and torque. It is now quicker and has much higher torque than a
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Jeep Bumpers and Tire Carriers. Replace those weak original bumpers and spare tire carrier. Your Jeep will be more functional and look cool too!
Jeep Rock Rails/Sliders. Protect your Jeep's vulnerable Rocker Panels...and look awesome at the same time!
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