I've owned 4x4's for as long as I could drive, or parents let me drive on the farm (about 16 years). I have recently purchased a 2013 2dr Rubicon and it is and has been one of the most enjoyable purchases I've made in a long time.
My first Jeep!
I was borrowing an '88 yj for a while, and sort of restoring it while using it as a daily driver and fell in love with it, sad to return it. The '88 was helpful in choosing some of the options that I wanted for My Jeep. I have to say that technology has come a long way.
I look forward to chatting with everyone on here and hope you guys don't mind me taking in all of your wisdom and/or misfortunes (learning experience).
Welcome to the club. Enjoy the ride. Your DNA is changing right now even as you read this. You will become a Jeep lover more and more, side effects will include but not limited to a shrinking wallet, everything will be more fun with mud added, you will have more and more urges to mod things, you will want to park all the way across the parking lot so you can park on top of a pile of snow, it wont matter if it is a mountain or a mole hill you will wan to park on it. You have been warned but don't get scared (lol) your fellow Jeep Brothers and Sisters will wave at you as you pass each other. If you are in need just ask us here and we will assist you in your hour of need.
03 Wrangler X ERH 4.0L Power Tech I-6 Engine
Build Date: July 24, 2002
Blue Jeep Club Member #384