||11-26-2010 12:02 PM
I have been into Jeeps since I started driving in 1994. At the time, my father had a Black 1984 CJ7 that he bought new and was his toy car. I learned to drive on that "fun" clutch and have been hooked ever since. Unfortunately when I went to college, my folks sold the CJ7 (still a little bitter about that). However, my father still wanted to have a Jeep to tool around in and bought a Tan 1995 Wrangler that I got to drive during the summers.
Since then I have had several Jeeps. A 1998 Cherokee Sport, a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a gas "loving" hemi, and now a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Just recently, my father decided it was time to replace the 95 Wrangler and bought a new four door. SO, in the spirit of being properly spoiled, I have now inherited the 95 Wrangler. Which is what brings me here.
The Wrangler is more or less a stock Jeep with 80,000 miles on it. No real rust to speak of, but the top has some wear and tear. Definitely looking to learn about from this community about recommended upgrades and other tricks of the trade. I'll post a picture at some point, but for now just happy to be here!