When you look up into the sky you can sometimes see a gaggle of geese flying in a v formation to a more pleasant destination. While Jeep Wranglers do not congregate in gaggles, when you see a bunch of them around town it just seems appropriate to call them that, at least in aggregate. Here are some random ones we found while traveling about.
This yellow Jeep Wrangler JK was mostly stock. But what we wanted to point out here was the long stock antenna. We recently did a product review on small stubby antennas that would make this look a lot better. A black stubby antenna would also look good on the color scheme of this Jeep.
So we were out getting some sporting goods stuff at a large sporting goods store when we saw quite a few Jeeps in the parking lot. This one followed us in and we were able to give him the Jeep wave. But when we left we only got to snap this quick photo because the owner was in the car on his phone getting ready to pull out. I would have liked to talk to him about the upgrades and took more photos but alas everyone has a busy life.
It did have the following upgrades that we could see;
Custom wheels and larger tires.
Custom front bumper.
Flat style fender flares.
This is a stock Jeep Wrangler JK, a 2 Door model that is mostly bone stock. It has soft top so you can put the top up and down when the rain comes and goes in Florida. Everything else was mostly stock except the wheels which were aftermarket rims.
So when you go out and get some electronics you basically can only go to one store now. And you can see that store in the pictures below. But if you are lucky when you are out and about you can see a cool Jeep. This Wrangler YJ is becoming a rarity among Jeep Wranglers. You mostly see TJ and JKs now.
This was quite an interesting Jeep. It has stock wheels and tires. And the top was off for some fun in the sun. But what was unique was the very large, and I mean huge, front bumper. I dont know if this guy takes his Jeep down the railroad tracks and uses it as a cow guard. But the bumper covers the whole front of the Jeep. And you probably do not want to be hit by that thing. Other than that the Jeep is pretty stock.
This is a mostly stock Green Jeep Wrangler TJ model. It does have a nice front bumper with a big winch and mounted lights on it. The side graphic of a bomber girl on the fender is pretty cool. There are also mounted lights on the windshield. It has black steel rims and over sized mud tires.
This to me is the ultimate fun Jeep and I think of getting one all the time as a backup and run around car to our Jeep Wrangler JK.
A Silver Jeep Wrangler TJ rare unlimited model. You just dont see a lot of these on the road. With its longer rear area this model offers more room and really led to the new Jeep Wrangler JK unlimited 4 door model. This model is mostly stock. It is in great shape though.
It has some nifty side steps for easy entrance to the vehicle. The front grille is shiny and stainless steel or chrome with some mounted lights on the front bumper. This was a cool find as you dont see to many of these on the road. And if you can find one for sale you should snatch it up.
So in keeping with our food theme and finding Jeep Wranglers, I can say that one of these things is not like the others. So we were at the Original Pancake House in Draper, Utah and ran across this built out Jeep Wrangler 4 Door JK. It had a red theme going and it was well done.
By the way the apple pancake pictured is a glorious meal of pancake doughy goodness mixed with apples and cinnamon. It is huge but oh so good. Its like eating an apple pie, cake, and cinnamon roll combined. Oh it is so good. But back to the Jeep which had these many upgrades.
Custom rims with red simulated bead locks and bigger tires.
Front light bar with LED bar and smaller mounted LED windshield mounted.
Flat fender flares.
Custom front and rear bumpers.
Fox dual chamber shocks.
Custom lift kit and side nerf bars.
This is a bone stock Jeep Wrangler 2 Door JK that we found in a store parking lot. We mainly took this photo to show people how Jeep fever begins. At first you buy a stock Jeep Wrangler JK and think you wont do anything with it. But then you upgrade one thing, then another, and wham you have your very own custom Jeep.
So there you have it, our gaggle of Jeep Wranglers. Can you believe we found this many Jeeps in so short a time. Well believe it because they are out there. So if you see any good Jeeps post them to our Facebook or twitter.