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Old 01-26-2013, 03:42 PM   #1
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Would you drive it if....

Bored so let's play "what if."
You are GIVEN the Wrangler model of your choice. Catch is that it is hot pink, or some other color you find revolting. It has to stay that color for one year. Would you drive it?
Take it a step further. You can do unlimited mods but each one you add prolongs the time it has to stay pink. You have to keep it clean, no covering it in mud....and you have to use it as your daily driver.
Would you drive it? Ladies, this may not apply to you. Not sure if there is a color you would hate that much! Discuss.

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Old 01-26-2013, 03:51 PM   #2
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sure I am secure in my manhood hell I would let it be plastered with obama bumper stickers for a year if it was free......course I might just keep it under a cover in the garage lol

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If its free, it's for me.
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Old 01-26-2013, 04:29 PM   #4
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I would think of it as a faded red and modify it to the hilt!
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:15 PM   #5
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I'd rock the pink!!
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Pink absolutely. I would just put a big sticker across the back regarding Breast Cancer awareness.
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:41 PM   #7
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Good answers. What I expected b/c I would drive and modify the heck out of it!
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Gimmie one, and I bet you that one vs. a 2nd one I could fill it with ladies. Just sayin, chicks dig jeeps AND pink... that's a double whamy. Gonna throw in a puppy, too?

And you could paint it like a cow and I would drive it, so long as I don't have to wash it as part of the "keep it clean" clause. Jeeps don't need washin, just rinse the salt off and keep on keepin on.
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Old 01-26-2013, 09:35 PM   #9
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Pink absolutely. I would just put a big sticker across the back regarding Breast Cancer awareness.
+1 I'd rock the pink JKUR with a big, darker pink ribbon on the hood any day of the week. And would probably keep it that color after my time limit, honestly. But I'm big on the BCA cause.
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:00 PM   #10
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Wore pink high heals on the the Harley for the Pink Heals Tour...Wore them all day long. Got 2 adolescent daughters, and as much as it pains this father...they have bumps...

Guessing a pink jeep is prolly ok too....
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Keep her muddy enough and you'll never notice the color...
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Okay, better question. Instead of pink, would you drive a solid chrome Jeep? And I stand with the OP. you cannot keep it covered in mud, you HAVE to keep it clean and shiny.
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Okay, better question. Instead of pink, would you drive a solid chrome Jeep? And I stand with the OP. you cannot keep it covered in mud, you HAVE to keep it clean and shiny.
yup
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Old 01-27-2013, 05:19 PM   #14
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I can honestly say my first jeep experience was my mom's cj. I had no issues with it and it is one of the reasons I had no trouble trading my truck in for one last year. Oh yeah her jeep was florecent pink and it was awesome.
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Pink absolutely. I would just put a big sticker across the back regarding Breast Cancer awareness.
Just get a "save the boobies" sticker
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Okay, better question. Instead of pink, would you drive a solid chrome Jeep? And I stand with the OP. you cannot keep it covered in mud, you HAVE to keep it clean and shiny.
not only yes, but hell yes.

think of how it would annoy other drivers in the sun though...
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not only yes, but hell yes.

think of how it would annoy other drivers in the sun though...
Ok, chrome with 20 inch spoke wheels....
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Ok, chrome with 20 inch spoke wheels....
you are pushing it....
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Take it a step further. You can do unlimited mods but each one you add prolongs the time it has to stay pink. ... Would you drive it?

I'll take a pink JK with a 6.4 Hemi please.

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