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Watch A New Jeep Wrangler Go From Body Shell To Finished Product 

The coolest thing about Jeep’s World War II-esque 75th Wrangler Salute concept was the fact that, unlike any other concept vehicle I can think of, the Jeep was actually built on the assembly line alongside standard run-of-the-mill Wranglers. Jeep has released a time-lapse video showing the assembly process of the…

Take A Walk Around My Beat-To-Hell 1948 Willys Jeep Live Right Now

My Willys CJ-2A project has commenced. And while I’ve already shown its copious flaws in my intro post, now it’s time for an in-depth look. If there’s anything you’d like to see, hop on FB Live and start commenting! Just don’t say anything mean about the Willys. He’s a bit self conscious, especially about his welded…

Fiat Chrysler Shifter Investigated In Actor's Death Now Linked To 266 Crashes, 68 Injuries

It turns out that the problems with Fiat Chrysler’s unusual and problematic automatic gear shifter are bigger than originally reported. The mushroom-shaped gear shifter on the Jeep Grand Cherokee and other cars—a part being investigated in the death of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin—is now linked to 266 crashes and 68…

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Fiat Chrysler Sent Jeep Rollaway Fix To Dealers Days Before Actor Anton Yelchin's Death

The death of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin, crushed by his 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee on Sunday after the SUV rolled backwards in his own driveway, has been deemed a bizarre and tragic accident. Adding another element of tragedy is the fact that despite Fiat Chrysler speeding up its recall for the rollaway problem, the…

My New Off-Road Project Is This Rust-Tacular 1948 Jeep; Pray For Me

Earlier this year, I used junkyard parts to build up a rusty $600 Jeep Cherokee, which I then took off-roading at the Easter Jeep Safari. That Jeep kicked butt, outclassing much newer rigs, but now I’ve got a new off-road project, and it’s even rustier than the last. Much rustier. And older. In fact, I think I may…

Here's The Fascinating Way The U.S. Military Waterproofed Its Jeeps During World War II

To allow U.S. military vehicles to drive through deep water during World War II beach landings, the armed forces devised a fascinating method of waterproofing involving a goopy putty called “Asbestos Waterproofing Compound.” Here’s a video showing all the steps needed to keep that Jeep moving through the deep stuff.