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Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by smith10, Nov 1, 2013.
So which is your favorite Jeep?
The one I don't have
I have a '11 Grand Cherokee Overland Summit with virtually every option. I bought it as a leftover in late December '11 for about $10,000 less than sticker. I can't say it's my favorite Jeep, but I am very happy with it. I love the fact it's safe, capable of doing more than I'll ever put it through, yet maintains a good balance of luxury and comfort.
My wife loves all the extras, but I wouldn't mind a Rubicon or something along those lines.
The TJ Unlimited. Longer wheel base, like the old Scrambber.
Although any TJ is fun.
Put a lady or two in it, and the tops come right off.
My wife made me sell mine......
I've had several Jeeps. At the moment I have an 04 Grand Cherokee with the inline 6 4.0 that I enjoy. It does anything I ask of it.
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I don't know what series it is, but the square headlight years have always been my favorite. I borrowed a buddies for a few days years ago. It was summer time, top and doors off, I really enjoyed it.
not sure on how old it was, but, sounds like the yj series.
You are correct...the YJ has the "wrong" headlights.
and a rather unflattering nickname.
Use to have a couple of CJ-7s - manual brakes, steering, transmission. Hard top and soft top. Sure did like them. Have a 2003 and 2010 Liberty now. Like them for what they are, but nothing special. I thought the Commanders were nice looking.
I liked my TJ Sport, lots of fun.
This minus the wife making me sell it!
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Miss my 1947 CJ-2A
Hubby had to get rid of his bike after his cancer diagnosis....traded for a 2012 Jeep Liberty.
We love it!!
I like it even better since I put the hardtop on it.
Time for a new photo.
M151A1. I died the day they took that away from me.
Never had a jeep, the closest I had was an Isuzu Amigo. I had a hard top and a soft top, could take off the doors I don't think, but it did have a sunroof you could take out as well. You couldn't get that thing stuck.
I never got to drive it but I had a fried who had a Scrambler, it always looked like it would be a handy Jeep to have.
Just recently sold my 2000 tj I had bought new. Thing was still mint condition but got to small for my 4 kids. I had a 1960s m170 I brought back from the military almost 20 years ago. Was storing it in the barn on my family's farm. Went back last Christmas to check on it and it was gone. I'm guessing the old man sold it for a case of beer. I hope to own a 4 door jeep in the future, or one of the brute kitted jeeps. Pretty cool vehicles. It's a jeep thing!
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My money pit, also known as an 83 CJ-7!