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Mike Alward sent us this sampling from his local Jeep club’s fall run. “Our club, Erie Jeep People, is in Pennsylvania and is made up of enthusiasts who run stock to extreme Jeeps.” This photo explains the variety.
The Happy Couple
Thank Kevin Conner for sending us this moment of wedded-bliss history: A ’51 USAF M38 “with newly married Air Force personnel on the way to the reception.”
Grandpa’s Jeep Thing is Grandson’s Jeep Thing
“On the left of this picture is my grandpa sitting on a Jeep at Camp Blanding, Florida, in 1942 during the war,” said Tommy Hill. And you guessed it: That’s Tommy on the right, 73 years later, sitting on his own ’94 YJ.
Carl Shirts II not only has a great name, but he also sent us a good stuck. And now you are witness to his first stuck during the same week he bought his Jeep. “I wanted to get some pics of the XJ going through the water hole and got stuck on the first pass, peg-legged. The day before, no camera with me, I went through it about 10 times with no problem.” Murphy’s, nay, Jeeper’s law, right?