Jeeps


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Jeeps

(dʒiːps)
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(Biography) Dickie. born 1931, English Rugby Union footballer: halfback for England (1956–62) and the British Lions (1959–62)
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Majority of the participating jeeps belonged to the World War-II era, with the oldest Jeep model participating was of 1942 of Ford.
Bell maintains that as new Jeep models are developed--and he says that the line up will go beyond the current Grand Cherokee, Liberty and Wrangler--they will be developed as 4 X 4 Trail Rated Jeeps.
The course gives people who've never gone off-road a chance to see what it's like,'' said Ken Gistedt, whose company designs and builds Camp Jeeps here and on the East Coast.
Earlier tractors and earthmoving vehicles were occasionally referred to as jeeps.
At $75 a day, Jeep Station allows these affluent but bored women to walk on the wild side for a few hours.
Founded in the fall of 1961, Transamerican Auto Parts is a leading participant in aftermarket parts and accessories for light trucks, Jeeps, sport utility vehicles, and other four-wheel drive vehicles.
Every Jeep is equipped with all-wheel drive, which allows Edmonton drivers peace of mind when troubling roads are ahead.
Photo: (1) Jeep Tours, which uses white rather than pink Jeeps, is helping meet the needs of Ventura County tourism with added services.
Jeep dealership in Austin carries entire lineup of new 2014 Jeep models
The new line of Jeeps offers the same 4x4 capabilities we've come to expect from Jeep with the added technology that today's drivers demand.
Drivers in the market for a Jeep in Brisbane can now test drive the entire new 2013 line-up at Northstar Jeep in Redcliffe.
21, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- After months of sneak previews and advertising, the 2013 Jeep lineup is out on the market and available at Schaumburg Jeep in Schaumburg Illinois.