NP. Wasn’t quite what I had in mind when I set up a CL trigger for a manual Toyota, but I’m game.
A fascinating story about loss and family and friends. Worth a read.
I like the proportions on the 2-door JL better than I did the previous generation. Too bad the 4-door is so much more popular.
Wish I had the ability to finish this project. Surely someone here does.
Update: added a couple more from the trip home.
Hint: if you’re going so slowly on the interstate that you get passed by a Jeep with the windshield down, you should speed up a bit. Words of wisdom for the day.
I don’t follow baseball at all, and I’m definitely not a Yankees fan, but this is a really good look back at a magical game. The Yogi Berra connection really sells it.
Note: I’ve been sitting on this piece for the last couple of weeks, unsure whether I wanted to risk negative consequences for the subject, given the rather dubious legality of his tinkering. I decided that if he’s going to be outed, it would be best for someone on FP to do a quality piece with his active involvement,…
I’m thinking that bus advertising isn’t a thriving market.
It’s good to be reminded that as clueless as I am about automobiles, it could be worse.
I give it 2 hours before it’s sold.
Most of the Motor Authority content wasn’t anything particularly notable to Jeep observers, but this long-form piece about Jamie Farr I felt was well worth sharing on its own.
Revisiting and reposting: Motor Authority’s month of Jeep is over, and here are all of the stories.
Mildly entertaining commercial. I can’t help but think that most other manufacturers are envious of Jeep’s good fortune in having a halo vehicle that lends itself to advertising so well.
I was watching Freiburger talk about his TJ on YouTube when he revealed the greatest adapter I had no idea existed.
Five years ago today my life changed dramatically. I was a small car guy who, although I had driven and loved a del Sol for fourteen years, didn’t really identify myself as a car guy at all.