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post #1 of 10 Old 04-27-2008, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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40 years of Jeep....

I was out on the trail and decided to go on a hike and when I returned look what I found parked next to me... A 1967 Willy's Jeep.. Exactly 40 years difference... I thought it was a cool picture moment.. The guy said he had it for ages. It was cool to see them side by side like that..





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Man I love those CJs!!!!! I had the same year but i stuffed a 350 4 barrel main, stock three speed tan (ran out of money) and it was supper fast! Almost killed myself.
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It was cool to see them side by side like that.
I agree!

But the jeeps look good too!

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HAHA... Yeah a cute girl with 2 cold beers is always the best mod!

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post #5 of 10 Old 04-28-2008, 10:30 AM
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Those are very cool pictures! The size difference is really apparent. I like all the refinements on my JK but sometimes that small, simple concept of the older Jeeps is really appealing.
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Great pics. How come your windshield isn't folded down?
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Come on my visability is already crap!!

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Cool Pics! In the jeep on a beautiful day with a beautiful lady and cold beer… doesn’t get any better than that. My Dad had a '55 Willis....They came a long way in 12 years.
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I thought for a second there that that was my friends CJ, but his is a 65. I always drool when I see it in his garage. He does not drive it as much since he bought a TJ a few years back. Nice pictures!

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