The One Easter Egg Everyone Missed - Jeep FC-150 Concept in Moab EJS 2016 #EJS2016Posted in Moab Experience: 2016 on March 26, 2016
The Jeep design team is known for their sense of humor and creatively placed surprises, also known as Easter Eggs, in each of its creations. While the Crew Chief featured an army man on the license plate and cryptic writing on the hood, the FC was chock full of fun, as seen here: "Hidden Nods to Jeep Heritage and History in Jeep Underground FC-150"
More obvious ones, such as the faux hay bale hiding a cooler in the bed, or facsimiles of the original parking tickets found when the FC was purchased adorning the sun visors were easy to pick out. And if you are on your game, you may also have noticed the duck headliner, the pack of unfiltered Camels, or the enamel coffee mug acting as a cup holder. However, we bet you still missed one. Still don’t see it?
Nestled under the doghouse access panel, sitting snuggly against the valve cover were a can of pork and beans and a burrito, giving a subtle nod back to those famous “manifold burritos” of yore.
Well played Jeep, well played.