If unearthing cars stuck wasn't your favorite winter sport there was a simple solution in 1983—drive a Jeep. While those other chumps were trying to unearth their big rear wheel drive cars, you could be flying through the snow in any assortment of new Jeeps from the Cherokee to the Scrambler.
When Jeep introduced the new longer wheelbase CJ-7 as a compliment to their CJ-5 model they opened the door for spirited musical debates between CJ enthusiasts like the ones seen here. Whether you thought your CJ-5 was the toughest rig around or your CJ-7 could take a smaller Jeep anytime, it was clear there was…
We aren't exactly sure what inspires someone to put a Jeep CJ-7 body and the chassis of a 1984 Corvette, but this is what the mostly finished result looks like. This odd combination is currently on Ebay waiting for someone else who wants a Corvette that looks like a Jeep badly enough to finish up this bizarre project.
Seven decades ago, the first small trucks built to bolster the U.S. Army's efforts in World War II rolled off a Ford assembly line. Wired.com's Autopia takes a look back at 70 years of Jeep history. - Ed.
Welcome to Found Off The Street, our look at cars found on the cape that rust liked so much it decided to summer there; Cape Cod, MA. Today we have a 1979 Jeep CJ-7
We're going to wrap up the Canada-themed DOTS-O-Rama Sunday now, with this pair of Jeeps that Schweppes found on the mean streets of Windsor, Ontario. He's also included some bonus shots of an Acura NSX he spied during his travels. Jump to read his description and see the entire gallery.
You like macho announcers and cheezoid Casio-derived action-movie music in your car ads? Korea's the place! This ad for the Ssangyong Korando, a license-built CJ-7 clone built in the 80s and early 90s, shows what a reliable horse-outrunning, trailer-towing machine looks like. Korando!
We've never been able to get into the show Lost. Try as we might, we just weren't able to get a stiffie for the ABC show. But maybe we just didn't realize how the show about island survivors of a mysterious plane crash could possibly find an automotive tie-in. Maybe we weren't looking hard enough. We totally aren't…