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In 1996 I bought my first Jeep, a 1979 CJ7. It was my first Jeep but I had always wanted one and it didn't take me long once warm weather hit to take off the plow and lights and the hard top , and put on the soft top. My wife loved the open ride so much that she bought a Pontiac Sunbird convertible before summer was over, but it just wasn't the same as riding in the Jeep. The compact car and the aerodynamic windshield made all the air go over head and you couldn't enjoy the wind in your face and the cans and papers blowing out of the car, and not as many people waved. So we traded off the Sunbird before fall turned to winter, for a 1990 Jeep Wrangler for my wife. She loves it and won't get rid of it unless I buy Her a newer one which will probably be sooner than I think.
After my wife got her Jeep my Brother said that he had always wanted a Jeep and he really liked ours, and one day not long after that conversation he told me that he had a line on a 1984 CJ7 and we went and took a look at it but I already knew by the way he looked at that Jeep it was his, even if he didn't know it. By the end of the week sure enough it was his.
After a lot of rides in Mom and Dad's Jeeps for two summers we had another Jeep owner, it was just a matter of time. I could tell by the way she always asked if she could come along for a ride ( I think it was more like stowing away cause she always had her hat on and was in the back seat before she asked if she could go along) Within a year my Daughter had graduated from High school moved into a career change and Bought her 1st Jeep, a 1991 Jeep Wrangler.
My son is anxiously
awaiting his 16th birthday with plans of owning his own Jeep , even though
that's a couple of years away yet.
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