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Rusty Off-Roading: Shaking Down Some Old Jeeps in the Wilds of British Columbia

Story and Photos by Bryan Irons/4WD Canada Magazine The ubiquitous “shakedown” run is a time-honored tradition carried out by gearheads across the world. The trip could be after completing a frame-off […]

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Project Bad Ole Wagon: Big Tire Garage’s Cummins-Powered 1953 Willys Station Wagon

Ian Johnson from Big Tire Garage likes turning Jeeps into serious off-road rigs. And he’s built a lot of them, from the venerable CJ all the way to modern Wranglers. […]

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Neither Snow Nor Rain: A Brief History of the Postal Mail Jeep

Jeep is sometimes referred to as one of the most “patriotic” vehicle brands, and for good reason: Jeeps are often credited with helping the Allies to victory during World War […]

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Lot Shots Find of the Week: 1941 Willys Sedan

A parking lot is a parking lot is a parking lot—unless it’s the Summit Racing parking lot. On any given day or time, the lot outside a Summit Racing store […]

1965 Jeep CJ-6
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The 10 Best Jeeps of All Time

America was gearing up for war, and our young nation’s military leaders needed a versatile all-terrain vehicle to effectively navigate theaters of war. Four-wheel drive technology first appeared at the […]

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Lot Shots Find of the Week: 1927 Willys-Overland

We spotted this 1927 Willys-Overland four-door sedan in Summit Racing’s parking lot. It’s always so fun to see rare vehicles. What do you think of this Willys? Check out more […]