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Old 10-03-2011, 09:27 AM
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Ford Jeep?

Yep, that's right. I just learned that Ford made a Jeep for the military.

Ford Jeep - Jeep History

So does that mean that I can stay part of the group??
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On top of that, Ford designed the infamous stamped steel grill. Prior to that is was known as a "slat grill" due to it being made of steel slats.

After WWII Willy's put a trade mark on the Jeep name and Ford was no longer able to produce the Jeep.

Can you imagine what a Ford built Jeep would be like today??
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The cool thing about the original Ford Jeep is that all the fasteners have the Ford oval on them. But the answer to your question is no, since you are driving a Chrysler product. heh heh heh.
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But.....but.......dammit

does that mean I can't buy a Jaguar anymore either. WTF
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Yep, that's right. I just learned that Ford made a Jeep for the military.

Ford Jeep - Jeep History

So does that mean that I can stay part of the group??
Rich., I have a plate for you. I will bring it to the GTG. Put it on your Jeep and you will be set.

I see nothing nothing.!?
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