Africa Jeep JK Wrangler Build – Phase 1

Building lightweight cabinets with square aluminum tubing and corner connectors

After dreaming and planning for literally years, I have started the build on my Africa Jeep 2007 JK Unlimited Rubicon to travel around Africa for two years, focusing on the interior “camper.” I removed the back seat and all rear carpet and trim, then installed sound and heat insulation on the entire tub. To finish the floor I glued in a sheet of … [Read more...]

A Factory Diesel CJ-6 Reborn

Perkins Diesel CJ-6

by Marc Bowers The story of finding this Jeep goes back to my ARB days when Mitch Carter, the owner, and I worked together. Jeeps are a popular topic at ARB and one afternoon Mitch mentioned to a coworker he had always wanted a factory diesel CJ, but that they were impossibly rare. I overheard the comment from across the room and told him I … [Read more...]

2014 Jeep Cherokee Announced at Easter Jeep Safari

2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk launch

Moab, Utah 2014 Jeep Cherokee unveiled in Moab! Jeep today released the newest edition to its family of SUV's with the release of the mid-sized Cherokee. Our team attended the public release event today on Main Street in Moab. The aggressively styled new Jeep drew a large crowd of both the locals and Easter Jeep Safari attendees. The … [Read more...]

Jeep Diesel Engines


There's been a lot of discussion amongst Jeep enthusiasts for years about the viability of diesel engines in Jeep vehicles within the North American market. To further add fuel to the "fire," we thought we'd share a listing of the diesel engines currently offered by the Jeep brand outside of the United States. … [Read more...]

Jeep EcoSpedition in Libya


In the Spring we decided to organize an expedition in true “Go Anywhere, Do Anything” Jeep-style, intending to demonstrate how this adagio still holds in our modern society and to show that there are still places on this earth where you need a true 4x4 to get to. Special care is taken to do this with a lot of respect for nature and local people, … [Read more...]