I played that game in a suit a few times doorless and topless. Gets a little ridiculous! It was different going from a cool Jeep (even though in ‘93 it was 20 years old) to econoboxes for a bit mainly due to work and driving all over. Now I am fortunate to have a less practical ride but one with a soul!YJ
Grand Cherokee Overland
I bought the YJ in 98 when I was 25 years old because I thought it looked cool and I looked even cooler in it. I don't think I had the top on more than a few weeks the entire time I owned it. The trouble is I live in Dallas and it didn't have A/C. I worked a job at the time that required me to wear a suit. The boss got tired of me showing up to meetings in July and August with sweat rings around my arm pits and soaking wet hair. I couldn't afford two car payments so it had to go. I never stopped missing it and when the updated JL's came out I knew it was the right time for me to get another Wrangler. I really love my Sahara but man my Grand Cherokee was nice. Kind of miss it. But still very happy to have my new Wrangler.
I assume most that have answered here with multiple Jeeps probably modded them. Would be interesting to know if the tens of thousands of JL’s sold, how many will mod or take off road vs. mall crawl, and how many that thought they would just stay stock and/or only mall crawl got bitten by the off road and mod bug...