every modded jeep always waves back. The ladies and gents that buy the JL for the mall dont wave back. They only bought it because it now looks eye pleasing without knowing the history of the wave.
Looks like you're in charge! Pick a time and place.Maybe we gotta start something on the forums . Lets get a meet up spot this sunday going
Come with your current Jeep or whatever else you're driving. When the 392 arrives announce another meetup so we can go drool on it!Sounds good, but need to get my new Jeep delivered first!
Please, just use this image in your opening post.As a new Jeep owner, I haven’t experienced a single Jeep wave yet! I waved to almost all the Jeep’s I’ve seen and I think they just look at me strange. NY area. Guess I should stop waving - lol. Anyone in a 100 mile radius of NYC get/give waves?
I've had a Jeep for 18 years (holy shit) and while I enjoyed the wave, sometimes I just don't pay attention to vehicles passing me. It's no hard feelings against other people.The extreme explosion in popularity of the Jeep Wrangler has catered to the degradation of the Jeep wave. It used to be a small club of ownership. I’ve been driving my 01TJ for forever and in the production year only about 68K wranglers were produced. Now Jeep is producing those numbers in a measly five months.
New owners not knowing the hierarchy of the wave and paying respect to the older generation wranglers that have been denting their fenders and oils pans on boulders long before the JL was even envisioned caters to no one waving.
I know that when I drive my modified TJ There is a distinct difference in the amount of Jeep waves and who initiates them comparison to when I drive the JLURD that I just ordered.
Even with the diminishing Jeep wave I think that Wrangler owners still look after each other. I know that if i am ever stranded on the side of the road in my TJ I know that the first person to stop and check on me would be another wrangler.
I've had a Jeep for 18 years (holy shit) and while I enjoyed the wave, sometimes I just don't pay attention to vehicles passing me. It's no hard feelings against other people.