When I was younger I had several friends who bought Jeeps. There were TJs, YJs, CJs and more. They all looked neat to me but they were far more than that to them.
Jeep owners were like a different flock unto themselves. They waved at each other on dirt roads, talked to each other at gas stations and would gather in groups to go for rides – on or off-road. It was a fun time of my life and neat to get a glimpse into a subculture that`s so hidden that it hides in front of your eyes, in plain sight….