See, dream Jeep and favorite factory rig are definitely different things... For the factory rig, I would have to say a Rubicon, just for the lockers and MTR's with a warranty off the lot... As for my dream Jeep, it would be a CJ-8 with triangulated 4 links front and rear on Rockwells running 47" swampers bobbed in the rear for better departure angle. Running an aluminum block LT1. Coilovers front and rear of course... I could go on, but I would like to sleep tonight so I will stop here...
Originally Posted by Scout
I like "prick".
Go ahead...quote me on that.
"Hold my beer while I kiss your girlfriend... you have to be good for something"
If you have to ask what it is or what it does, you don't need it, and you will need help to install it!
i like the rubicons, just not a fan of cars older them me, sorry to make the rest feel old but i am only 20!!!
Well, that would leave out a TON of great cars. All the muscle cars of the 60's and 70's. If you never strapped yourself into a
"65 GTO with a 389 with 3 deuces and a four speed you ain't lived yet. I don't feel old, just experienced.
I agree. I'm only 24, and some of my best automotive memories were made in the 68 Firebird 400 I had in high school. If you haven't experienced that kind of thrill that a big block in and old car can give, then you haven't lived.
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I am on the same page as amerijeep...My Jeep is the best. Although my all time favorite Jeep would have to be the original Willys, with a few improvements of course. Then, over the weekend when I was picking up my new minivan I peered through the service department window and got a peek at the brand new 4 door wrangler. I will own this Jeep!!! It looks much better in person than it does in the pictures.