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post #16 of 37 Old 05-15-2011, 01:04 PM Thread Starter
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i think this topic is extremely interesting... some very cool jeeps ive never seen!!
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post #17 of 37 Old 05-15-2011, 01:18 PM
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you know what, after seeing all the six wheeled jeeps....after the original photo, i've changed my mind. they're sweet. i still don't see a practical use anymore (with the exception of the cj2) but I like

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post #18 of 37 Old 05-15-2011, 02:51 PM
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Jeep owners these days know nothing about history.

When the CJs first came out they were marketed for farm use. There was a dually option on the CJ2a that helped give better traction when working in the fields. Come on people. Learn some stuff.

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post #19 of 37 Old 05-15-2011, 04:44 PM
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Jeep owners these days know nothing about history.

When the CJs first came out they were marketed for farm use. There was a dually option on the CJ2a that helped give better traction when working in the fields. Come on people. Learn some stuff.
Very true There's alot of history in the Jeeps. Alot more than just military use which most people associate them with.

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How cool is that! Even has a PTO! I can imagine using one of these today to pull a finish mower set up and enjoying doing the chore, instead of using my "itty bitty" antique MF tractor
If you search some there was a very wide range of farm accessories that were made for the Willys. They were marketed to do the same chores as a tractor but still be able to drive you to town after a hard days work!

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I have no idea why you would wanna see one of these. But here you go. off google.
Crazy!

I was thinking about how years and years ago while Driving down mainstreet in Concord NH one night I saw a jeep that looked like that. I remembered the massive bumpers and everything.

Then I saw the NH license plate. Then I saw the "Concord used cars" sign.

Crazy, I seen that jeep for a passing moment back when I was in high school.

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post #21 of 37 Old 05-15-2011, 08:09 PM
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Very true There's alot of history in the Jeeps. Alot more than just military use which most people associate them with.
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Found this one on a Sth. Am. ??? link a while back ... whilst looking for 4dr CJ pics.
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This jeep was from Chicago
He used to be a member of Two Rivers Jeep Club. I have wheeled with it.
Duals rears wasn't my thing, but the owner was pretty proud of the conversion and it did ok. Was definitely different.
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My Jeep has six wheels. Four on the ground, a spare, and one for steering.

EDIT: Not something I would do but I do like seeing "out of the box" jeeps

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Crazy!

I was thinking about how years and years ago while Driving down mainstreet in Concord NH one night I saw a jeep that looked like that. I remembered the massive bumpers and everything.

Then I saw the NH license plate. Then I saw the "Concord used cars" sign.

Crazy, I seen that jeep for a passing moment back when I was in high school.
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i know where there is a cj with a backhoe and duel wheels a little town in pa called oneida
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post #28 of 37 Old 05-25-2011, 07:35 PM
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I saw the Super Six up close at the PA Jeep Show in York and the Qtec tent sale if I remember right. Those pictures don't do it justice. It was sweet. A good deal of time, effort and money went into that one (just like my own and almost everbody else's rig on here!)

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Cool history lesson guys, Jeeps have come a long way. But the purpose of a Jeep has always been the same. So sick!
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post #30 of 37 Old 05-25-2011, 11:29 PM
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This jeep was from Chicago
He used to be a member of Two Rivers Jeep Club. I have wheeled with it.
Duals rears wasn't my thing, but the owner was pretty proud of the conversion and it did ok. Was definitely different.
doesnt seem like it would have much purpose, other than a way fat footprint.

seems like it would be more of a hinderance than advantage...not like hes putting a lot of weight into it

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