When after 10 years without a jeep, you finally get another one and it feels like home.
PS... Curmudgeonly advice to those of you youngsters just starting out in life... Get your priorities straight, get your grades and a good job. If you have to, sell the jeep to help afford diapers when you're starting your family. Up until I had to sell mine, I played and had fun, just kept my priorities straight. Just bought another 03 TJ a couple of months ago and it's nice to be able to plan your wish list, top to bottom, put it on the Amex and pay for it at the end of the month. (And my wish list cost more than my jeep!)
PSS... More curmudgeonly advice, learn to spell... Prospective employers, even blue collar ones, want employees that at least seem to have some intelligence to the way they communicate.
When you walk into the local parts house, and it's like Norm walking into Cheers.
Does the script go something like this?
"Hi. My name's Norm and I'm a Jeepaholic............
All: "Hi, Norm. It's a Jeep thing and we understand."
HEMI CLUB MEMBER #45; SILVER WK CLUB MEMBER #13
'08 WK GC Limited. 5.7L HEMI. Quadra-Trac II. Bright Silver Metallic. Class IV hitch.
Michelin LTX M/S tires. Fumoto oil drain valve. Billet Technology oil catch can.