I have a Jeep knife and machete, Chinese made, (for hacking thru the deep, dark jungle here in Arizona) but I always wanted a Jeep branded Swiss Army knife but unable to find one......until now. Forest Green Recruit.....liking this one. Anybody else do the Jeep thing or have a Jeep SAK?
Love those early Broncos.......if I couldn’t have a Jeep, that would be the one.This was my baby for a long time......sold it to a friend for his son but it ended up getting a cracked fuel line and burned up........😢.Couldn’t be picky about the Jeep branded SAK, only one I have been able to find.
Nice one Boonies. Great pic! Sorry to hear about the demise of the CJ-5...Here's my Bronco:(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
That is a real beauty! There was a first generation Bronco rally here last summer.. I hadn't seen that many together in decades! You sporting the 289 in that beauty?
Nice looking Bronco! I'm curious to see how the new ones will look in person compared to the concept drawings..
How about this Jeep SAK?(Image removed from quote.)It matches at least one of my Jeeps....(Image removed from quote.)This is my other one, although it doesn't look this nice anymore. (Image removed from quote.)Def
This is pretty similar to what I have in mind:(Image removed from quote.)As for the knife, there were dozens of them on eBay when I got mine, although I couldn't honestly tell you where they came from, who did them, or whether any would be left or not.Def
Not a Jeep guy, but I've enjoyed life with this old Land Rover for the last 25 years. (Image removed from quote.)
Oh yes, that would work......does it keep the same wheelbase or extend it? Very nice, I vote go for it!!!!
That is absolutely gorgeous, and the canoes are very sweet as well! You should let us know more about them in the paddling thread. Def
Now that’s a classic, really like that one. Bet it’s hard to get parts though.
Is that like a 1966???
I like that Land Rover!!
Quote from: Rapidray on November 21, 2018, 05:25:50 AMIs that like a 1966???Hey Ray. It's a 1964 actually. But like most old Land Rovers it has parts on it from a couple other Rovers. When I took it off the road to restore it 10 years ago, I had a 1972 parts car that I cannibalized for some parts that were NLA new.