1982 Jeep CJ-7 Fire Truck

Omix-ADA to showcase expanded historic Jeep collection

Rare vintage civilian model Jeeps spanning five decades to be on display Omix-ADA®, a leading manufacturer of high quality Jeep®, truck and off-road parts and accessories, today announced that it will feature six historic Jeeps from its recently expanded vintage and historic Jeep Collection at the company’s Off Road Success Center during the 2015...


Carlisle adds Jeeps as ‘show within a show’

CARLISLE, Pa. – The Carlisle Chrysler Nationals have held court at the Carlisle, Pa., Fairgrounds since 1991. 50 years before that, the first Willys rolled off the assembly line and since then, generations have enjoyed a very special lifestyle with an American made machine.  The Jeep culture has evolved over time, just like the...


Car of the Week: 1963 Jeep Surrey Gala

Bill Brown found his Surrey in his home state of Ohio, but he knew right away that it belonged in a warmer, sunnier world — like the Florida Keys, which is where Brown just happens to have his own getaway home.

Ford GP

Wartime Fords report for duty

Ford Motor Co. has a long history of building vehicles, or at least supplying engines, for United States military. Some of the memorable and collectible of all vintage U.S. vehicles were produced by Ford. Following are some of the most important Blue Oval machines ever to wear olive drab.

Calling all Jeeps: Annual Heritage Festival in August

BUTLER COUNTY, Pa. — More than one thousand Jeep owners are expected to return to Butler, Pa., on Aug.10-12 for the second annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival. The inaugural event last year attracted more than 1,300 Jeeps from 25 states and nearly 50,000 visitors to the birthplace of the Jeep. “We were entirely overwhelmed...