Oh. My. Word. The design folks at Jeep have outdone themselves yet again, with seven new concepts coming to the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. Several of this new crop are sweet retro concepts and the best, in my humble opinion, is the Jeep® Chief pictured above. The Chief concept is based on [...]
More Jeep truck concepts are coming to Moab! The annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari has a long history as an enthusiast-packed venue for Jeep to showcase concept vehicles. In recent years, Jeep’s concepts at this iconic event have included one or more truck-ish Jeeps [see previous coverage of the Jeep Nukizer 715 concept]. This year [...]
Since Jeep trucks are near and very dear to my heart, I thought I’d share the latest from American Expedition Vehicles on their Brute Double Cab conversion for the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Awesome stuff! But it’s definitely pricey. An AEV representative said on the video at the link below that the Brute Double Cab on [...]
Mopar recently showed off some serious Jeep truck hotness at this year’s Moab Easter Jeep Safari! The vehicular hotty of which I speak is none other than the Jeep Nukizer 715 concept.
Let it be know far and wide that I love Jeep trucks! And, man, do I seriously love this ultra-sweet Jeep pickup concept from [...]
Willys Pickup Gets Nominated for the NY Times 2010 Collectible Car of the Year!
Most classic Jeep fans know that Willys pickups are special vehicles, but now the New York Times has jumped on the bandwagon!
The New York Times recently announced the top 30 collectible cars and trucks to be judged for the title of 2010 [...]
Hey there! Welcome again to MyClassicJeep.com. This post is intended to be the first of many to come, hopefully, in which I will highlight the story of the build-up of an exceptional classic Jeep. I’ll start with my own story and build off that foundation with engaging stories of classic Jeep vehicles and experiences shared [...]
Welcome to MyClassicJeep.com (or “MCJ” for short). MCJ is a blog focused on all Jeep models from the 1940s with the birth of the brand through the first generation Wrangler (YJ), which ended production in 1995. The definition of “classic” as used by MCJ also includes the XJ Cherokee. Even though this legendary Jeep’s production [...]
Hello, my name is Jamie Coleman, founder and editor of MyClassicJeep.com (or “MCJ” for short). This “welcome” post is intended as a way for me to introduce myself as well as to give prospective readers an idea of what they can expect from MCJ now and in the future.
By way of introduction I am, among [...]