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Let's see the Jeeps

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by Bierhunter, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. Bierhunter

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    I know several around here have Jeeps. Let's see 'em!

    Since it's finally dried up after our little ice storm a week or so ago, I decided it was time to clean the Jeep up.

    I've heard a lot of good things about Turtle Wax ICE, and I have to say I really like it. Works great on the paint, rubber, plastic, and windows.

    Here's my baby.
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    Here's a shot of how the ICE does on plastic. (left side is before, ride side is after). It leaves them looking new and not shiny or slippery.
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  2. jeepjackazz

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    makes me miss my old one :scream:

    well, not to much since i work on them daily.

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  3. Bierhunter

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    Oh those pics are awesome! :thumbup3:
     
  4. DanB

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    The one I Sold, unfortunately. Drug it back form lubbock and rebuilt it just to sell it a year later after those fateful words, "I'm pregnant." Damnit!
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    The one I probably shouldn't have bought back. But what the Hell. I didn't kill it during college, and I tried. I probably can't kill it now.
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  5. Cavedweller

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    I'll wait until mine is in it's final phase before I post.
     
  6. ChrisC

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    she used to look like this

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    then i crashed her then dismantled her to build a trail rig...
     
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    My old work rig, now since I got my truck, it stays at the house.

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    Well it's not exactly a "Jeep", but here's my 1976 Toyota FJ-40 w/ 8" lift and 350 small-block. I've owned it since '79. My son turns 16 this year and will be getting it!
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  9. gillman7

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    Dude, I am sure he is a great kid, but take it from a father of 7, don't do it!!

    Beautiful FJ!!!
     
  10. Glock 'em down

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    I bought my wife a 2006 Jeep "Commander" last year. During the recent ice storm, I drove it to work all week long and NEVER had a bit of trouble. I had to use the 4 wheel drive only once and it worked like a champ!

    Here's an internet pic...

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    The next vehicle I buy will no doubt be a Jeep. I've got my eye on a 2004 yellow Wrangler at my local car lot. :naughty:
     

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