The Joy of Jeep

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2007 - Transportation - 160 pages
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All the thrills of off-roading started with the Jeep, and they keep on coming. A celebration of off-road Jeeps and the people who drive them, this book features the vehicles, personalities, events, and maneuvers that make up the Jeep universe of competitive and recreational off-roading.

The fact-filled, photograph-packed book explores the joys of Jeep ownership, history, restoration, modification, off-road competition, events, clubs, and more.

It includes information on popular accessories and performance enhancing modifications, the different generations and styles of Jeeps, off-road events and the professionals who compete in them.

With color photographs of some of the most beautiful custom and restored Jeeps from around the country, The Joy of Jeep takes readers to the edge of this soul-stirring activity and shows why Jeep is America's favorite off-road vehicle.

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About the author (2007)

Tom Morr has contributed articles to many off-road enthusiast and trade publications worldwide. He lives in Thousand Oaks, California.

Ken Brubaker has specialized in off-highway vehicle photography for the past 18 years. His work has appeared in a variety of magazines including Britain's 4x4 & Off-Roader, Four Wheeler, 4Wheel & Off-Road, Off-Road, 4Wheel Drive & Sport Utility, Fullsize 4x4, and many others. He lives near Freeport, Illinois.

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