About MyClassicJeep.com

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 ended somewhat recently in 2001, it was originally offered a quarter century ago in 1984. The XJ easily qualifies as “classic” to MCJ, as well as untold thousands of loyal Jeep fans. While not the blog’s primary focus, MCJ will also include coverage of what might be called “modern classics” or “future classics.” This category will include individual models like the beastly and relatively low-production-volume Grand Cherokee SRT-8, with its massive V-8 engine and monstrous horsepower.

MCJ is the brainchild of Jamie Coleman, a Jeep enthusiast (owner of a 1960 Willys pickup – re-power conversion) and part-time blogger with a serious love for Jeeps of all sorts. Jamie presently lives with his lovely wife Amy and daughters Elizabeth and Emily in beautiful Liberty Township, Ohio.

MCJ features blog posts profiling classic Jeep vehicles and their owners, the first of which is dedicated to Jamie’s very own 1960 Willys pickup (see this post HERE). MCJ also provides coverage of Jeep-related shows and events, vendor profiles, product reviews, Jeep related book reviews and author profiles. In light of Christ’s admonition that in order to lead we must serve (Mark 9:35), MCJ intends to serve the Jeep community by providing compelling, high-quality content that will fuel readers’ passion for classic Jeeps.

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One Response to “About MyClassicJeep.com”

  1. Sam Hacker says:

    Saw you at the Willy’s show. Checked out the website. Can I submit pictures here? Not sure how to do all of this. Every thing here looks great.


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