Jeep Debuts Concept Vehicles for 2021 at Easter Jeep Safari On Monday, April 5, Jeep debuted their concept vehicles for 2021. Select media were invited to meet at an undisclosed location to experience the new Jeep concept vehicles and builds. Following coordinates given, we all met in
A Jeep Worth Celebrating By Kalaber Creations With lots of imagination, common sense, and guts, Mark Tetreau of Arizona-based Kalaber Creations started building a 1971 Kalaber “J1” Jeep in 1995. The lack of tools, engineering education, resources, and money didn’t stop him from starting this distinctive project.
The Africa Conclusion: Egypt In overlanding circles the border town of Wadi Halfa is about as famous as they come. For decades it’s been the only land border crossing from Sudan into Egypt, and over decades it has gained a reputation for being one of the most
Swiss Army Knife Car people are always car people. One may find their interest begin in one genre and as he or she matures, those interests change. However, it’s worth good money to bet those very people still turn their heads at the sound of a throaty
Born to Run The Jeep Wrangler has set the bar in the off-road world for decades, and its reputation as a capable trail rig is undisputed. But when the Gladiator JT debuted in 2019—the brand’s first pickup in nearly 30 years—it rattled the industry, receiving praise and
Tourism Creates Tension Throughout my time on the African continent, I’ve seen thousands of AK-47 rifles. I have become very accustomed to them being a part of everyday life, though after only 20 minutes in Ethiopia I see things are very different. In stark contrast to what
Return of the Warrior At the end of World War II, Willys Overland emerged as a major player in the U.S. automobile industry. Having produced more than 600,000 vehicles specifically for the war effort, its role as a peace-time manufacturer would need to expand. In 1947, the