|12-12-2008 01:26 PM|
Well, it's technically not a "new" Willys site any more!
We have had over 11,000 visitors since the site went up. We have expanded the "Friends Jeeps" section to include more photos and stories of vintage Jeeps. We bit the bullet and started the annual Mason Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering and have received coverage in 2 Jeep and 4x4 magazines as well as the local press!
We have added a section on YJ's and will be adding a little JK stuff too!
If you have a vintage Jeep, check the site out and send us your pics!
|01-05-2007 06:01 PM|
Okay, this is the Wrangler Forum and I love the fact that all breeds of Jeeps are welcome in here, soooo....
I have added a YJ (Wrangler) Page to www.jeepchasm.com. It's not just about Willys Jeeps anymore! The page is dedicated to the installation of a YJ suspension lift which includes before, during, and after pics. Eventually, I hope to add some right coast wheeling pics...
|11-28-2006 01:27 PM|
|chasm||I've added a few more "Friends" pics to the website. I'm still looking to add a few fully restored and lifted Willys Jeeps to this section, so send me your Flatty pics!|
|10-27-2006 08:43 AM|
Thanks for the feedback!
I am pretty psyched! I just got a sponsor for the site, so there will be no more out of pocket expenses to keep it up and running.
I just added 3 Classic Flat Fendered Jeeps to the Friends Jeeps section. Check them out... an original CJ3A, a restored M-38 Army Jeep, and a RARE CJ-V35 USMC Jeep that is being restored. For you Jeep history buffs, the CJ-V35 was designed to drive underwater! Yep, under water... not like a YJ going through a puddle...
Anyway, thanks for checking out the site, and send me your "flatty" pics! I would love to get a pic of one of those western Willys desert crawlers... hint, hint...
|10-26-2006 09:39 PM|
|4Jeepn||Very nice job. Always have wanted to have an older jeep, perhaps one day.|
|10-26-2006 10:11 AM|
New Willys Jeep site!
Hey WF Folks!
Thanks to everyone for the warm "newbie" welcome!
I thought some of the Willys Jeep nuts might like to check out the site that I am building www.jeepchasm.com ! The site is a place that showcases my CJ3A Restoration and will hopefully inspire other folks to save an American Legend!
I have a "friends jeeps" section that will be added to periodically. If you have an old "flatty", send me an e-mail and picture at Mike@jeepchasm.com and I'll see about posting it up. I'd love to get some interesting or unique CJ2A's, CJ3A's, and CJ3B's posted.
Anyway, thanks for looking and feel free to post feedback on the site! (I have a day job, so the website is just for fun.)