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Jeep and the "Coolness Factor"


Today we got an email from a customer who just purchased a tire cover. She writes, "You guys rock!" (thank you Shannon)  "This is a surprise for my sister, who just bought her first Jeep -- a Liberty, so she's not quite as cool as me and my Wrangler, but I'll get her there, ha ha". Unfortunately for Jeep Liberty owners, it's pretty standard thinking that while they are "Jeep people", their Jeep is not a "cool" Jeep. Now, I didn't say that I believe that, but many do. So here is my question for anyone that has an opinion.

Give me YOUR list of the 5 Coolest Jeeps in order from the absolute coolest on down.  Any year, any model, any modification. Just post a reply to this blog. I'll give away a $20 All Things Jeep Gift Certificate to the list I think is the best. We'll play for a week and then I'll post a reply.  

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Well, my husband and I just bought our first Jeep ever, a 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport. Now I know that Wranglers are considered by most Jeepers to be the "top dog" of the Jeep community, but I have to admit, I just LOVE my Cherokee. Why did Jeep have to stop building them, and build the Liberty instead?
Posted @ Wednesday, July 30, 2008 5:37 PM by Linda Ransom
1. 1941 MB 
2. 1970's CJ-5 (with a big block) 
3. 1970's Hocho pick ups 
4. 1946 CJ 
5. MY 1995 YJ
Posted @ Wednesday, July 30, 2008 6:26 PM by Chuck
5 Coolest Jeep of All Time 
1. Jeep Willys MB - Started it all, Has to be #1 
2. Jeep CJ5 / CJ7 - 
Retro, awesome and with a 304 V8 - totally cool - AMC thanks for the 304 V8 
3. Jeep Wrangler JK - (2 door and 4 door) - current technology advancements, classic Jeep styling, safer, current design and still 100% Jeep - what's not to like? 
4. Jeep Wrangler TJ - 
Timeless classic; looks current and vintage, all steel body, 4.0L inline 6, Cool forever 
5.Jeep Gladiator (concept) / Jeep Wrangler J8 military truck/Jeep– 
A Jeep truck, two all American icons coming together to make a beautiful union! 
Jeep + truck = Awesome! 
Posted @ Wednesday, July 30, 2008 7:10 PM by Henry Haley
OH I forgot the CJ8 Can I change mine  
4. CJ-8
Posted @ Thursday, July 31, 2008 1:07 AM by Chuck
Well, I'm partial to my FOUR DOOR JK because it has enough room for all my hunting gear, my border collie Dixie says it's cool, and my wife and kids like it. I really like the old original Army Jeeps, especially if they have original stuff like rifle racks, etc. The other three I guess would have to be whatever the heck a Jeeper wants them to be. The most important aspect of being a Jeeper is NOT trying to fit into some other Jeepers mold....It's breaking away from the pack, the status quo, the norm, etc. and being independent. I feel it's more to do with being loyal to the Jeep brand rather than branding another Jeep as irrelevant. Whatever floats your boat...just don't call mine a soccer mom will be with me in the 100+ temps this weekend chasing wild hogs with evil handguns in the GREAT state of Texas.
Posted @ Thursday, July 31, 2008 9:06 PM by Jeep45
Linda - We all loved our Cherokees. Our last one cost us $1. It had 150K miles on it and it ran for another 70K before we ransacked it for parts and then towed it away. Whenever we talk with Chrysler, we always add, "and will you please bring back the Cherokee". (Guess we don't have much pull! ;)
Posted @ Friday, August 01, 2008 5:42 PM by Jean @ All Things Jeep
Our wheelin' Jeep is a '83 Scrambler. So I am partial to that year/model. Winner announced tomorrow so anyone reading this - now is your chance to join in!
Posted @ Monday, August 04, 2008 5:39 PM by Jean Wnuk
Chuck - email us at sales @ We're sending you a $20 gift certificate!
Posted @ Thursday, August 07, 2008 10:56 PM by Jean Wnuk
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