At ls fest west last year I saw a what I remember being an original willys but built for auto-cross, I thought I had saved pics on my pc but I can't find them.
As a bonus, I bet it doesn’t have wandering steering or death wobble!This is the result of Covid supply chain issues affecting automobile manufacturers. That Jeep is complete other than the suspension which Jeep is waiting on. This is no different than the vehicles that have been built but are awaiting computer chips.
That’s a Jeep Dangler..happens to people when they quit making payments on their 3’ lift, 36 month financing agreementI just came from a thread here where 2 door Wrangler owners site their version, compared to the 4 door one first introduced with the JK, the only true Wrangler.
They have a point, much as the 4 door version I suspect better financially enables the 2 door version to still be offered.
And I suppose owners with 2 doors, but, say, air conditioning, are looked upon by even greater 2 door purists who cool down by taking doors and top off, as "selling out."
So for nearly every Wrangler, there's bound to be another that some feel better adheres to their version of what is closer to "the standard," whatever that is.
So let's focus rather on what is not.
Here is my opening entry to the "what is not a Wrangler list"--offered tongue in cheek--because freedom to customize--as long as safety isn't violated--and I question if my entry does--I suspect, is also part of the Wrangler spirit.
Feel free to add yours.