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Old 05-13-2013, 12:33 AM   #1
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What would you give up your Jeep for?

A new one?
Job travel?
A motorcycle?
A wife?

What would it be or No way in Hell! Sound off and let's hear it.

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Old 05-13-2013, 12:46 AM   #2
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I wont give my Jeep up ever again. Ive lost 3 due to ex-wives. Now i have a wife who is a Jeep girl and wants a new one for herself.

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Old 05-13-2013, 12:57 AM   #3
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Nuffin'. Haha! Actually, kind of depends....

My YJ - nah... I wouldn't ever 'er up unless a loved one's life depended on it or something... And even then it'd be tough.

My J-truck - maybe... For the money to buy another J-truck (or if someone's life depended on it).

Bottom line is - I love my Jeeps and there's not much anyone could do to make me get rid of either of them. My YJ has been my dream vehicle since I could point and talk. Haha! And I've always wanted to have a full-sized truck as well - so why not make it a Full Sized Jeep?
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Old 05-13-2013, 01:49 AM   #4
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Old 05-13-2013, 02:05 AM   #5
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Well, what would YOU trade your Jeep for?
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:10 AM   #6
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Aston Martin perhaps.....
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:49 AM   #7
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Well, what would YOU trade your Jeep for?
Nothing absolutely nothing
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Old 05-13-2013, 09:40 AM   #8
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Nothing! This Jeep is what I've always wanted!

That said, I might have something IN ADDITION to Dewey later, like a truck. Someone would have to pry him out of my cold, DEAD hands!
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i dont plan on trading my jeep for anything different, although ive debated on selling and putting the money into finishing the build on my new bike and then buying another jeep if i find a good deal.
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Old 05-13-2013, 10:41 AM   #10
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I bought mine last year. It's an 89 nothing too special. Paid $2000 for it and have had offers of $4500 for it. So far I've kept it. I dont see myself trading it or giving up anytime soon but things change. Life is all about priorities, as others have said if a loved one, (human or furry) needed something then things could change.
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Aston Martin perhaps.....
I was thinking more italian, like a Ferrari, or german like a 911.
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Old 05-13-2013, 01:16 PM   #12
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'76 Bronco, but it would have to be built right, no spray & go...
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restored 1949 2dr mercury. My favorite car. I would buy another jeep though.
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'76 Bronco, but it would have to be built right, no spray & go...
I tried talking my buddy into a Jeep... He opted to get a 80-something Bronco... The thing is a beast though!
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I tried talking my buddy into a Jeep... He opted to get a 80-something Bronco... The thing is a beast though!
I had a 79 Bronco, it was one of my favorites. I also love motorcycles but as I age and my declining health it makes more since to jeep my Jeep. This is my third Jeep and the oldest model I've owned. For my the Jeep is a journey, the build from stock, making it my own and the adventures. It's just hard to trade that. My dream car was an H1, but its not the same, you don't get your hands dirty.
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I had a 79 Bronco, it was one of my favorites. I also love motorcycles but as I age and my declining health it makes more since to jeep my Jeep. This is my third Jeep and the oldest model I've owned. For my the Jeep is a journey, the build from stock, making it my own and the adventures. It's just hard to trade that. My dream car was an H1, but its not the same, you don't get your hands dirty.
Word... It's a different experience than owning other vehicles - especially ones that aren't off road capable.. And I definitely agree on making it your own. Granted, MANY Jeepers lift and put bigger tires and all that Jazz - but I've yet to see two "built" Jeeps that are the exact same. That something that you can't say about many vehicles - especially these days.

And ewwwwww! A Hummer?? Dude, we hunt those:
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a new one?
Job travel?
A motorcycle?
A wife?

What would it be or no way in hell! Sound off and let's hear it.
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To be able to be locked in a room with one of these cowards we all keep reading about in the news!
I'm so sick of reading about these cowardly attacks on the innocent. Take my Jeep, I need the exercise!

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