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Old 05-18-2018, 11:53 AM
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Enjoy the Jeep 757! I love driving the one we got for my son. Did you get a 2018 with the new cool LED marker lights? I know they also started putting back up cameras on some models this year as required by law as well. Start waving to your fellow Jeepsters!
This is my 3rd one. 1st car in high school was an old beat up Wrangler. Bought the Rubicon model right out of college but with life and kids that got traded in for a Pilot. Have the old JK model so no LED marker lights or back up cameras on this one. Have always loved them and been waiting for years to get another one.
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Old 05-18-2018, 12:00 PM
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Enjoy the Jeep 757! I love driving the one we got for my son. Did you get a 2018 with the new cool LED marker lights? I know they also started putting back up cameras on some models this year as required by law as well. Start waving to your fellow Jeepsters!
That doesn't sound very rugged, but I'd expect nothing less from a Chrysler product - not that the old ones were particularly safe. Do you guys remember the old ones that mailmen used to drive that would flip over on windy days? Our neighbors had one. It even had the sliding side door for easy ejection.
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Old 05-18-2018, 11:19 PM
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That doesn't sound very rugged, but I'd expect nothing less from a Chrysler product - not that the old ones were particularly safe. Do you guys remember the old ones that mailmen used to drive that would flip over on windy days? Our neighbors had one. It even had the sliding side door for easy ejection.

Beyond rugged my friend. Those LED lights use very little power and the guys with the off road light bars save a lot of power.......that can be used for other upgrades!! I love my 4 door Sahara Unlimited that my son lets me use occasionally. Low and slow, great car for a new driver. Jeeps have to be among the top vehicles that hold their value.



Back to me. Did a few loads of wash, went to Costco and Supermarket to get supplies for a pasta dinner my son's volleyball team e are hosting Sunday night, drove 40 minutes to see my son's senior year long Capstone project he did for school. All the displays were quite impressive. We shall see if he wins an award. My son had to leave early so I drove him home and then drove him another 30 minutes to his away volleyball game that I could not stay for. Came home and mowed the lawn. Beer me!
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