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Intro. Jeep is an American auto manufacturer that specializes in off-road vehicles. Through the years, it has released compact, midsize, and full-size sport utility vehicles (SUVs) as well as a ...
Pushing the envelope of scale realism, that is exactly what the new 1/8th Jeep Wrangler 4×4 from Capo Racing does. What does the Capo Jeep have that most other scale rigs don’t? How about reclining seats, doors/tailgate/hood that opens and shuts, and an incredibly detailed scale engine compartment.
[ January 9, 2019 ] Project Gossamer. Building a Jeep Wrangler JL Rubicon Jeep JL Rubicon Projects [ March 24, 2014 ] 18th Annual All Breeds PA Jeep Show at the York Fairgrounds, York PA Jeep Shows [ January 6, 2019 ] Installing Rusty’s Front Track Bar Mount Brace on a JL Wrangler Jeep JL Rubicon Projects
A Jeep Reborn: 1974 Jeep CJ5: Every winter for 15 years, Dave Brudy's neighbor, Steve Bartolac, used this 1974 Jeep CJ5 to plow every driveway in his Pennsylvania neighbourhood.
See extended new off road and 4x4 photo galleries and wallpapers at Fourwheeler Network with lots of extra 4 wheel drive truck & SUV pictures.
You have probably been told that you just can't find rare WWII jeep parts any more. That's not true! NOMENCLATURE: You can find them! TRUCK, 1/4 TON 4X4 You can find them right here on the Brian's Military Jeeps of WWII website.
A couple of years ago someone brought a restored Reo dump truck to the local Wednesday cruise (that’s at the A&W in Port Orchard). It had the same cab and nose as the pickup you found, and although the wheelbase wasn’t much longer it did of course have dual rear wheels.
Class 3700 Modified / Jeepspeed Outlaws. This is the Open Class with the least restrictions. Vehicles in this class must be Jeep or Dodge sport utility vehicles and light trucks that are recognizable as a Jeep or Dodge by brand grill, hood and fenders.
FUEL ONE PIECE Trophy - D551 . FINISH: Matte Black w/ Anthracite Ring
One of the first modified off-road vehicles was the Kégresse track, a conversion undertaken first by Adolphe Kégresse, who designed the original while working for Czar Nicholas II of Russia between 1906 and 1916. The system uses an unusual caterpillar track which has a flexible belt rather than interlocking metal segments. It can be fitted to a conventional car or truck to turn it into a ...