In a sea of new Jeep Wrangler JL builds, Bro-dozers, and Transformer look-alikes, we spotted a few beautiful vintage Jeep specimens on display. The old iron representation was far less than we have seen in past years, but the quality was on par with what we have come to expect at SEMA. We found a few fullsize Jeeps and a couple of Comanche trucks to include in our gallery. Hard to believe that the last Comanche rolled off the assembly line in 1992. We even included a couple of mini-Jeeps in our vintage gallery. We had to scour the halls of the SEMA Show to find our ancient relics; at one time they were displayed front and center for all to see—this year they were tucked away in hidden places and back lots away from admiring eyes. The vintage collection at the Off-Road Success Center in Upper South Hall was even limited to two this year from the normal half dozen or so in past years. We hope that since the interest in old Jeeps is at an all time high across the nation that the SEMA offering next year will have us bug-eyed with delight.
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