It is all about the "Scene" here is the southwest. The thing that I like about the wrangler is that it fits in everywhere. Granted having a truck like that here is sweet, but if we had to move to Florida, Virginia, or even Colorado... that truck would be pretty much useless there. To top it off snow and rain does not run off of flap bill caps and there are not that many tapout jackets. Granted 80% of you fools will never move outside of the valley unless 2012 comes, wait it's 2013 never mind!!!
LOL, my plans are for mine to have carpet by the end of summer and even a headliner!!! And wait, look at that picture above, there's a stereo ziptied to the floor with infinities in the doors and a 10" fosgate sub in the back. Common, who do you think I am? LOL
Absolutely a truck like that would be useless anywhere else but then again, I'm 35 and except for 3 years away for college my whole life has been San Diego, Northern Az, and Vegas now. I don't see myself ever leaving the southwest. Only other options would be eastern Oregon or possibly Boise but there's desert's and desert racing there too so I'm covered.
I would f that car. That isn't the best picture of it but it has a lot of curves to it and is beautiful. Then again I am a big fan of pre 1950 cars. I think it is a modified 30's Lincoln. I would love to have a 1920's rolls because they are badass.
my uncle (our family has talked to him in maybe 10 years) used to have an old 30's Rolls.
He was an architect, but he'd drive people in the Rolls on weekends as a side business.
I still like fast cars. I am just mad that I never knew about the dragon's tail the whole time that I was in VA. I have several buddies that have done it and said that it was awesome. The bad thing is that now everyone knows about it so it become a traffic jam.