250,000 Mile Jeep

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Jeeps have always been a part of my life since I was a kid. My parents had them when I was growing up so my love for the brand came at a young age. We used to take our weekend outings in our Jeeps and at other times I would join my dad and we would head to the mountains or to the dunes and go wheeling just for something to do. … [Read more...]

History of Jeep

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In July 1940, the U.S. military informed automakers that it was looking for a “light reconnaissance vehicle” to replace the Army's motorcycle and modified Ford Model-T vehicles. The Army invited 135 manufacturers to bid on production and developed a lengthy specification list for the vehicle. … [Read more...]

Expediciones de las Mojave

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Last minute notice of four open spots from JeepExpeditions.org, group for a Jeep Expedition across the Mojave, pronounced Mo-ha-vay. The trek included 120 miles across the open desert of the Mojave Desert Trail in Southern California. The starting point was Laughlin, Nevada with a finish destination somewhere near Barstow, California. Total Miles: … [Read more...]

Granite Domes & Jeep Adventure

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When folks think of Texas, they usually think of longhorns, cowboys, and land as far as the eye can see. While Texas has its fair share of all of the above, it is a haven for outdoor adventure and host to one of the most enjoyable Jeep Jamborees in the United States: the Texas Spur Jamboree. … [Read more...]

A Grand Perspective

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In 1993, Jeep released the first edition of the Grand Cherokee family of vehicles with its ZJ model. Coupling legendary Jeep off-highway capabilities with a smoother highway ride and a larger, more luxurious cabin interior than its brother (the Jeep Cherokee), the Grand Cherokee was a far more capable offering than the Ford Explorer released two … [Read more...]