Are there any Black (African-American's... not Jeep Color) owner's here?
I just ordered my JK in Blue... (because I don't see that color around as much)... and when I told a few people about it... they referred to it as a good ol' boy's car... or california surfer type car...
I noticed while I drive around that I don't see many Black owners.. (not black as in car color.... but by now I think you've gotten that). And wondered if it was different from state to state. I live in Grayson, Georgia.... and have yet to see another Black Wrangler owner...
Just curious for curious sake.
Last edited by idencustom; 04-11-2007 at 08:06 AM..
Interesting question. As a matter of fact I have seen two here in Carson City Nevada. Frankly it doesn't matter the color even if your green as long as your in a ride you like and having a good time. Heck, I'll wheel with just about anyone, any color as that doesn't dictate, action and attitude does.
As a side note there may be more color and less redneck in the dub crowd as the new 4 doors seem to be popular with them.
Now that (to me) would be an oddity a white, redneck guy driving a Jeep with 40" dubs.
As a Canadian, I really couldn't care any less what color your skin is that you are born with. Anyone with the sense to buy and modify a Jeep for offroading is cool in my books!
BTW: This isn't really JK-technical - so its bein' moved!
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For what its worth. My neighbor ,three doors down is black. He has a nice YJ. He doesnt wheel it much but it is set up for wheeling if he wanted. Are Jeeps supposed to be a white guy thing or something? Because I can "Bust that Myth" in my neighborhood alone. Yes I am watching MYTHBUSTERS
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