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Worldwide Go Topless Day on May 3rd, 2008 was an international success. View our customer photo album, filled with topless Jeeps here.


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In Honor of Go Topless Day


In honor of the upcoming Go Topless Day, Guy, up in Canada sent us this photo. It was attached to the following email.

"I've been doing business with All Things Jeep for some time and appreciate the service you provide to us Jeepers.... "Its a Jeep thing...."
I own a '95 Wrangler (since '95) and have had the top and doors off for the past three or so years.  Thankfully, we, up here in Winnipeg Canada, only get about 6 or 8 months of COLD weather...
The past few weeks have brought us a cold snap with temps going as low as -52 degrees C.  Now, you may know that -40 degrees C and -40 degrees F are equal... the bottom line is C O L D!!!
So the pic attached shows me enjoying the weather, just having plowed my 250' driveway and drive circle in front of the house.  Yes, I get funny looks from the neighbors, but I smile and wave at them while the snow blow their push machines looking like walking iceicles.  and Yes, I get funny looks from gas station attendants until I explain that if topless is good enough for snowmachiners (ski-doo, etc.) then it ought to be good enough for me.  The bonus of course is my radio and three-speed heater...
In support of your GO TOPLESS campaign I attach my pic --- hope it serves."

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Is that a "Jeep Parking ONLY" sign in the background (hehe)?
Posted @ Tuesday, March 03, 2009 7:49 PM by Guy Corriveau
I love this guy's attitude! Love the sign in the background, too!
Posted @ Wednesday, March 04, 2009 8:04 AM by Kerry
Posted @ Thursday, March 05, 2009 1:05 PM by Grommeke
The sign's fine print says, "All others will be crushed." 
That's a sweet YJ, I like the wheel & BFG AT combo. 
Posted @ Friday, March 06, 2009 3:34 PM by Mike at All Things Jeep
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