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post #46 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 03:12 PM
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Jeep TK
i want one...NOW


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post #47 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 04:16 PM
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Jeep Icon

Chrysler Jeep Icon

Sweet looking!



id wheel it
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post #48 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 05:00 PM
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I cant help but think of Power Wheels when I see that pic.


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1979 CJ-5 304 V-8, T-150 3 speed, Dana 20, Dana 30 front, AMC 20 rear, Sold

Anyways, I wanna go wheelin'!
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post #49 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 05:56 PM
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Jeep Icon, was supposed to be a small size, inexpensive open top off roader with independent suspension providing 17 inches of articulation (very good for a short wheel base small automobile like that). It had a few innovative technologies including an integrated roll cage, 12-speed quick shift transmission, being 6 low gears and 6 high gears. Jeep ended up not using any of the new technologies, but Honda ended up using the quick shift transmission on their F1 cars and some of the chassis and suspension technolgies on the CR-V.

Chrysler Jeep Icon

Sweet looking!



Funny to think that some of the looks and design ideas from this, that are used on the JK are over ten years old.
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post #50 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 06:00 PM
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Here is my TJ Golden Eagle, I have never seen another in person. I think I have the biggest and most modified one too.

VERY NICE Sir!!!!
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post #51 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 06:21 PM
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I think mine is pretty rare! I think its one of one. When I went to the dealer in Jan of 05 to order my dream jeep the factory stopped producing Electric Lime Green Jeeps with Black, they only came with the gray top and gray flares. They searched every dealer in North America and couldn't get me what I wanted even in the 04 Model and the factory couldn't build it because of stopping the production of the black on Electric Lime Green. The dealership dealer traded 3 Rubicons and built me what I wanted with all the options I was after and I have all documentation of the process and the amendment to the window sticker. At least its rare to me! I still have all the original parts leftover from the build including the factory fenders and frame brackets.




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post #52 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 07:01 PM
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^^ glad to hear you got what you wanted. I love that color. Nice rig too but I would now want it. I only have mud but its fun sometimes, like in a Jeep that has no nice parts or interior.


Everything I posted was really made by Jeep(Kaiser, willys, AMC). Some only a 1/2 year option.


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post #53 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 08:07 PM
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^^^ Nice Jeep, but rare like that you should have kept it stock, rare stock vehicles are worth much more than modified.

I knew a guy who had a factory prototype 1978 Mercedes Benz 450SEL 6.9. He and other guys at the MB Club of America thought his Benz had aftermarket options installed in the 80s. The only way he found out was he had to drop the tank because of a gas clog, and a thick brown envelope that was jammed between the tank and the body fell off. It was all factory paper on the prototype modifications. When he contacted the factory rep for a VIN check he found out his Benz was indeed a factory protorype that was never intended to be sold, but was given as a retirement present to an executive. That guy sold it to an American GI, who brought the car to the US. His Benz' value instantly grew fourfold with that brown envelope.



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post #54 of 235 Old 01-28-2010, 08:09 PM
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^^^ Nice Jeep, but rare like that you should have kept it stock, rare stock vehicles are worth much more than modified.

I knew a guy who had a factory prototype 1978 Mercedes Benz 450SEL 6.9. He and other guys at the MB Club of America thought his Benz had aftermarket options installed in the 80s. The only way he found out was he had to drop the tank because of a gas clog, and a thick brown envelope that was jammed between the tank and the body fell off. It was all factory paper on the prototype modifications. When he contacted the factory rep for a VIN check he found out his Benz was indeed a factory protorype that was never intended to be sold, but was given as a retirement present to an executive. That guy sold it to an American GI, who brought the car to the US. His Benz' value instantly grew fourfold with that brown envelope.
Man, If only AMC had their act together.


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^^^ Nice Jeep, but rare like that you should have kept it stock, rare stock vehicles are worth much more than modified.

I knew a guy who had a factory prototype 1978 Mercedes Benz 450SEL 6.9. He and other guys at the MB Club of America thought his Benz had aftermarket options installed in the 80s. The only way he found out was he had to drop the tank because of a gas clog, and a thick brown envelope that was jammed between the tank and the body fell off. It was all factory paper on the prototype modifications. When he contacted the factory rep for a VIN check he found out his Benz was indeed a factory protorype that was never intended to be sold, but was given as a retirement present to an executive. That guy sold it to an American GI, who brought the car to the US. His Benz' value instantly grew fourfold with that brown envelope.
I didnt buy it for the rarity or the value it just happened that way! Its not a daily driver and I bought it for wheelin. Its has 38,000 miles on it only from to and from the trails. With that being said as posted above I have all the original parts to put it back to stock if i ever wanted it to but that will prolly never happen as it is my trail rig.


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post #56 of 235 Old 01-29-2010, 12:13 AM
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^ By the way, I call that color Metallic Lettuce!!



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post #57 of 235 Old 01-29-2010, 07:37 AM
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Jeeps are like women, they're always better topless and dirty

°°°°ɹƎΛO ˥˥Oɹ SIH┴ p∀Ǝɹ ┴,N∀Ɔ ∩O⅄ ℲI

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post #58 of 235 Old 01-29-2010, 07:47 AM
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not mine but nice options

this is rare, unlike people posting there own TJ. nothing rare about a TJ (or cherokee) regardless of how much crap you have done or not done.
I myself one day wish to have an FC150

hey, there is another picture of my old Vmax on the far right. had the bike for 10 years and not one decent photo of it.

The ideology of RADICAL Islam is very much like Nazism, except they donít have the cool black uniforms.

Screw it I'm too old for this crap!
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post #59 of 235 Old 01-29-2010, 08:25 AM
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Jeeps are like women, they're always better topless and dirty

°°°°ɹƎΛO ˥˥Oɹ SIH┴ p∀Ǝɹ ┴,N∀Ɔ ∩O⅄ ℲI

If you're going the speed of light and your turn your headlights on, what happens?
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post #60 of 235 Old 01-29-2010, 08:35 AM
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Not to sure about this, would be cool to golf in though


Jeeps are like women, they're always better topless and dirty

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If you're going the speed of light and your turn your headlights on, what happens?
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