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post #31 of 63 Old 09-20-2011, 01:16 PM
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Alright smart guy, feel free to correct whatever I misrepresented.

We'll wait
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Men drive what they want (even minivans), and don't care what anyone else thinks.

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I second that.

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Wranglers are a dime a dozen, Yawn! I will take anything 86 and older. I have an 84 cj7, 79 cj5 and a 48 flatfender. I like them all us wanna be mechanics can actually work one them.
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post #35 of 63 Old 09-20-2011, 03:53 PM
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The way i see the older the better!!! less resrictions = more fun, meaning lap belts (if any) real exhaust system and no emission control! who doesnt love that smell/sound of a "clean" free breathing V8!!!!!
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Maybe real men have both older AND newer Jeeps?

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post #38 of 63 Old 09-20-2011, 07:32 PM
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post #39 of 63 Old 09-20-2011, 09:38 PM
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I like the AMC designed Jeeps, especially the CJ and Cherokee XJ.

I also like the later Grand Cherokee, if only because it will start every morning and take me somewhere. They are chalk and cheese, all have great off road ability but the GC is not an AMC Jeep. The latest incarnations of Jeep leave me cold, there are some terrible styling exercises on 2 wheel drive shopping trollies.

At the end of the day a lot of people want the CJ look. Round my way I see lots of Landcruisers, Tafts and Jimnys aping the Jeep CJ look, even down to putting the Jeep badge proudly on the back.

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At the end of the day a lot of people want the CJ look. Round my way I see lots of Landcruisers, Tafts and Jimnys aping the Jeep CJ look, even down to putting the Jeep badge proudly on the back.
That should be a hangable offense.

What is a taft? Got a pic? See any Nissan Patrols?

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A Daihatsu Taft is one of this family but the ones around here are often jacked much higher and over tyred, hence they are rather slow.

This also is not a great example of what I mean by "aping the Jeep CJ look" as this one is pretty standard.

As to Nissan Patrols, very few. They were not assembled here so sufferred 120% import duties and hence were no competition for the XJ Cherokee etc which were.
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u have to admit the older landcruisers looked more cjs about 75% like
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u have to admit the older landcruisers looked more cjs about 75% like
me word likey have say yes

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u have to admit the older landcruisers looked more cjs about 75% like
I've always liked the FJ40's. Used to off road with some. A very formidable rig... in it's day. Have no idea what these new reincarnation FJ's are like but they don't have the looks anymore.
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post #45 of 63 Old 09-21-2011, 07:51 AM
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so im taking a vote who agrees cjs are for men and wranglers are for women
fyi late 80s+ cj7s count as wranglers u decide
A man wouldn't ask such a stupid question.
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