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Sideways Readers’ Vehicles

Posted in Features on March 13, 2016
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Photographers: Readers

Send us your Jeeps! Unlike our chance to showcase your built rides in Jeep Shots, Sideways is all about your military Jeep experience, your sunk/stuck/rolled Jeep experience, your family-vacation-in-a-Jeep experience, or a part of your personal history in which a Jeep played a part, We want to see and hear, so send us a high-resolution pic, and don’t forget the most important parts of all: tell us who is in the photo (first and last name), where it was taken, what year/type of Jeep, and any other fun backstory info. And tell us who you are and where you’re from if you’re not the one in the photo. Make sure the photo is high resolution (1,600 by 2,000 pixels or around 2 megapixels) and a JPG (maximum quality), BMP, or TIFF file. No PDFs. Email the photo and story to jpeditor@jpmagazine.com with the subject line “Sideways.”

Onward and Upward Until Offward and Downward
Randy Hoopingarner had this happen: “Too busy talking, wrong line on vertical drop.”

Doing Germany, Jeep-Style
This is Mark Dasovic’s dad, Corporal Ed Dasovic with the 6th Armored Cavalry Regiment. “He’s on patrol duty in Germany along the Czech border in 1953-1954,” and “That’s a stamped seven-slot grille.”

What a First-Gen Jeeper Looks Like
Master Sergeant Chancey Boyce was attached to the Persian Gulf Command, explained his son, Eugene Boyce. This photo was taken in Iran in 1945. “Dad would be a first-generation Jeeper. I am a second, on my third Jeep.”

Definitely Shipwrecked
Josh Cantrell from Hampton, Virginia gave us this gem of a ’10 JK. A “definitely stuck moment.”

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