Posted February 12, 2016 9:09 pm by Comments

By Justin Stakes

When it comes time to tackle the “real off road trails,” Jeep's Rubicon series is factory outfitted to tackle just about any terrain, and it's been doing it for 75 years!

After 75 years, it is still the most instantly recognized sportsman’s off- road/trail vehicle in the world.
By Andy Lightbody
AmmoLand Auto Editor

When it comes time to tackle the “real off road trails,” Jeep’s Rubicon series is factory outfitted to tackle just about any terrain, and it’s been doing it for 75 years!
AmmoLand Gun News
AmmoLand Gun News

United States -(AmmoLand.com)- Say “Jeep Wrangler” to any backcountry traveling outdoorsman, off-roader, camper, angler or hunter, and everyone knows what kind of vehicle you are talking about.

After all, with roots that date back to WWII with the military Willys (1941), then the CJ series (which stands for Civilian Jeep) and now the Wrangler, they are instantly recognizable with their large round headlamps, short wheelbase, distinctive grille, separate fenders, removable doors and the always popular fold-flat windshield.

Today and for 2016, sportsmen everywhere know it’s a proven design that has evolved over the years, but without giving up the hardcore nature of being a back roads, trail, rock, snow/ice traveler that is always happiest when the pavement comes to an end. If you think these vehicles are sports cars, you have entirely missed the point! They are not. They will …Read the Rest

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