|11-23-2006 06:14 PM|
BrandyBAH, I can assure you that you will never need to "baby" your Jeep because it's also your daily driver. I take mine offroad on a regular basis and still pull my travel trailer and drive to/from work each day. I might suggest you take a look at the Jeep Jamboree web site and head over to next years' Jamboree at Murphy, NC. You'll have a great experience learning just how tough you and your Jeep both are. Just a thought. Welcome to the site!
|11-08-2006 08:09 AM|
|mrbigjeep||very nice ride, teacher! welcome to the forum!|
|11-07-2006 11:27 PM|
Welcome to Wrangler Forum.
|11-07-2006 03:48 PM|
|11-07-2006 03:34 PM|
welcome to WF
|11-07-2006 11:48 AM|
|11-07-2006 11:43 AM|
|amerijeep||Nice. Welcome to WF! Look forward to many conversations with you.|
|11-07-2006 11:34 AM|
|Griz||Welcome to the forum|
|11-07-2006 11:19 AM|
Finally getting around to doing this
Well I joined a few months back and am finally getting around to introducing myself.
I'm Brandy and live outside of Charlotte, NC but am from western NC.
I teach reading in an elementary school and enjoy it...it's like you are still a kid and get summers off.
I finally got a jeep after wanting one since the mid '90's. It's a '98 TJ Sport 5spd, Chili Pepper Red with black dual tops. Pretty much stock and I love it.
I want to eventually get it out on some local trails but have to be careful since it's my daily driver too.
Cool and helpful forum!