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  1. That was great seeing all of the old Jeeps. I’d really like to own one or two of them. The one I use for off roading is 12 years old but it’s great fun. It’s a guy magnet, they all think they had the sport cornered and their surprised to see a girl off road. I always tell tham that my daddy didn’t raise no sissy’s. The times behind the wheel of that Jeep are some of the best times and memories I have.

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  2. I’ve seen Willys Station Wagon (the woody from the 40’s) parked at a car lot in St. Louis. It wasn’t for sale. I’d give anything to have that car. It’s in great condition. I guess big boys like their toys too.

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  3. The thing I like most about my Jeep is that it cleans up and is classy looking for everyday driving and it don’t mind getting down and dirty with me on the weekends when I go Jeeping. What more could you ask of your vehicle?

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  4. You know, looking back through the archives of Jeeps I realized that there’s never been a Jeep that I wouldn’t have driven, and they just keep getting better. I can’t say that about some of the cars that have appeared over the years. Guess the Jeep runs in my blood.

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  5. My brother and I went in together and bought an old Jeep Wrangler. It had some body rust that we’re fixing up right now and then we have to rebuild the engine. It’s been great fun bringing it up to speed. We really are working OT to get it done so we can start Jeeping. Our cousing turned us on to the sport last summer. It’s an awesome thrill.

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  6. I so want a Willys Station Wagon. I’ve seen several but none of them are for sale. I wonder if there’s any chance they will do an updated reissue? That would be totally awesome. The only problem I can foresee is that there will be a lot of them on the road again.

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  7. I like looking at the oldies but I want the technology that comes with the newer models. I’m driving a 2004 Wrangler right now. I’ll probably trade it in for a newer model within the next couple of months. The one thing I never change is the brand. I’ve been driving Jeeps my entire life and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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  8. Jeeps became available to the general public a few years before I was born. We always had an oder one that was used for farm work because it was faster than riding a horse to the farther reaches of the farm. I’ve seen several Jeeps over the last few years that I might like to own. My wife thinks it’s just a toy for me but I bet when she gets to ride in one she’ll change her tune. I doubt these old bones would make it off roading, but it sure is fun to watch others enjoying it.

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  9. My Dad and I go Jeeping together. I only have my learners permit but sometimes I get to drive off road too. I watched the video and learned a lot. I’m hoping you have others. I’d like to be able to impress my Dad when we go out again.

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  10. I wouldn’t turn any of them down if I got a good deal. I just love Jeeps. I’ve never owned anything else. I might buy something different when I grow up. Hell, I’m only 33, I got plenty of time.

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  11. It’s hard to belive Jeeps have been around for more than 65 years. They still are one of the most exciting vehicles to drive and own. I’ve had some terrific times in my Jeep and I look forward to lots more in the future.

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  12. I love to see the older Jeeps. I grew up in a Jeep family. The first one I ever drove was my Grandpa’s Wrangler. He used it on the farm and since there were no roads for 10 miles in any direction I was allowed to drive it from the time I was 10 years old. There was never a doubt as to what my first vehicle would be. We do own a sedan, but it belonged to my wife before we were married. It’s paid for, so we’ll keep it till it quits, but it will be replaced by another Jeep. Sissy loves the Jeep almost as much as I do.

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  13. What a trip down memory lane. In some ways, Jeeps have not changed much, and in other ways they have spanned the spectrum. I have never been without a Jeep from the time I purchased my first used one at 16. I’m 53 now and still spend a considerable amount of time off road. My son and his 2 sons are frequent riders and occasional back up drivers.

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