So in 1992 Jeep did an Olympic Edition and it carried over at least into the 1993 Year model. I even found the newspaper article describing the new model so I have that as a pic attached. Along with a pic of the jeep. I need to replace the decals they are cracked, trapping water and making rust spots....I have also attached the original build sheet don't think that will help but at least I could find the article to prove the build style.
I finally have information on the Jeep. Danielle from the FCA(Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) Historical Services (http://www.jeep.com/webselfservice/jeep/index.html) was very helpful in identifying the article above. The information contained came out of an internal Chrysler news letter. Turns out this was a short run of around 250 vehicles. Also a shout out to George at Morris 4x4 Center (http://www.jeep4x4center.com/) who actually saw one years ago at a jeep/car show. I will continue to press on to get more history working on at tracking down the dealer that delivered it in Portland. I do know that it was ordered at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado in 1993.
So based on this information. I am going to get the decals remade for when the tub comes off and we repaint. I will be keeping it white as well. If you run across one reach out to them and you can contact me via a PM.
Think of what that jeep will be worth in another 20 years if you keep it in good condition and stock, decals and all.
I certainly would keep it out of the salt. Find all the documentation you can and keep it in a folder.
What happens in my Jeep, stays in my Jeep
I did contact several dealers in Portland where it was delivered. Finally got a parts guy who has been in the biz for 20+ years. None of the dealers that were there then are there now and no luck on the graphics guys so far. Its in the shop for now getting a broke shock mount replacement the driver side should be fun with the fuel line right there...so the history search will move to the back burner.