I don't know about the ZJ's but with the XJ's you could in fact remove it. You removed the molding (putty in holes), and then peel the sticker off. In most cases you'd find the original color underneath the stickers, unfortunately, UNFADED. Meaning you'd have to repaint if you were going to leave the holes anyway.
Look around on the XJ boards, there are pictures of de-wooded XJ's there. Also some "writeups" on how it was done.
86 Wagoneer LTD R.I.P. 1-11-05Silver Metallic "Woody" wagon
No mods, no plans, no wheeling on the 2.8V-6
I'm just happy when she hits 55 right now!
89 Cherokee Larado 3" Lift, 30" tires, and a 4.0 What do you think I'm going to do with it?