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    Default * * * * * JEEP Fan Club * * * * *

    I’ve loved the Jeeps ever since my childhood and been dreaming about owning & driving them. I have gone through many history books, spending many hours on watching any World War II documentaries/movies showing these hero Jeeps. Willys MB becomes my favorite and I have spent days & days on its research to get more and more info about. I just really dreamed of this Jeep when I was in school and I saw myself driving Willys. Since then I wanted to have my own Willys. Luckily my dream come true and God helped me to go for my Jeep Project and own one legendary Jeep. Till now I have completed 4 Jeep Projects (3 Willys MBs & One M38). Owning a Jeep and having a passion for Off-Roading made me think seriously about Jeeps and SUVs. But my Off-Roading desire was really fulfilled by the Willys MB Jeep.

    This Jeep passion is some thing which can be explained only by the Jeeper who love Jeeps and want to think about new and exciting additions and modifications to their Jeeps. Building a Jeep to ones own specs is more fulfilling than buying one.

    That’s way I decided to make a “Jeep Fan Club” here and who so ever loves Jeeps can share his experience, views, Knowledge, collection of information/material here in this thread. Any one can display his Jeep pics or the Jeeps he like or any other stuff related to Jeeps.

    This Jeep Fan Club is not limited to discuss only about Jeeps but ideas would be welcomed from fellow members to organize Off-Road Adventure Trips, Jeep Projects and modifications.

    Here is the pic of my 4th Jeep Willys MB Project:
    My Current Jeep.

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    My First Love for Willys MB Jeep:

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    It would "go places where tankers quit and birds would go back exhausted." *****Willys MB*****

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    Its for JEEP only not all 4x4's.

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    @voyager

    very nice (y)..wat about the other one..i mean the old one..u sold it or wat??if yes then why?

    @storm

    nice jeep there brother..btw who is this person :p
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    @ nak

    he is hurricane. chk the 2nd pic posted by storm, tornado is peeping behind the landy. :-P:-P
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    lollll!!! yea man

    btw does anyone know about the jeep Korando?? man i've a very faded out idea about that..but when i was a little kid 3-4 yrs old, my uncle had one in blue color back in 84-85...it was a very good looking jeep...i've seen quite a few but to be very precise only one in these whole yrs..have u people seen it??if i'm not wrong it was assembled in korea or may be it was a clone of cj-7.
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    @oodbalow

    btw the pic in which i've marked a guy is not really a guy but its the wall design n seems like taliban militia :p
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    @ nak

    Korando=a peculiar name derived from "Korea can do"

    The Korando project started as an idea in the early '90s, founded on the historic lines of the famous Willys Jeep from World War II. The name Korando comes from the production by SsangYong for many years of a licensed version of the AMC Jeep for the Korean domestic market.

    The SsangYong Korando is a small 3-door 4x4 SUV and designed by englishman Ken Greenly. It featured a choice of 2.3 L and 3.2 L gasoline engines or 2.9 L diesel engine, all sourced from Mercedes Benz.

    A badge engineered version was sold as the Daewoo Korando. The Daewoo Korando (was Ssangyong Korando) is said to have been inspired by the Jeep Wrangler and shares something of the latter's looks.
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    brother the one i'm talking about is Jeep Korando n not a Daewoo Korando..n it was in mid 80's..let me find a pic of it n i'll post it then.
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    @nak

    Oodbalow is right in a sense as Daewoo Korando (was Ssangyong Korando) is said to have been inspired by the Jeep CJ-7/Wrangler.

    Jeep Korando (Ssangyong Korando) is a CJ-7 clone manufactured in Korea. Some immediate differences are the windshield, doors, and rear flares, still a very interesting Jeep.

    This particular one (pic attached below) is a Ssangyong Korando manufactured in 1992 in Korea. It is powered by an Isuzu 2.3L diesel

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    @nak

    All my previous Jeeps were taken/sold. The first pic U C in this thread "Jeep Fan Club is my current Jeep.
    It would "go places where tankers quit and birds would go back exhausted." *****Willys MB*****

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    @ voyager
    count me 2

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    I think in 1st ww there was a need to reach up hills that need gav birth 2 Jeeps/willys etc.
    wat do say?

    Ok I got a 1971 model cj-5 about 8 2 9 yrs agop, just got from marklet, didn’t do anything, as I felt I hav not found something strong n I was not enough 2 handle every matter of that I just sold that.
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    @nak
    that's the pattern of the grilles in front of my house.

    @oodbalaw
    LOL!! BTW tornado is adil (some people might recall him from when my landy sank in rawal dam)

    @voyager
    Sir this is your thread, you should have deleted my post not yours. (y)

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    I'm going to see a frend today whi has a HUGE colection of jeeps, if the rain stops i'll ry to snap a few pics.
    1. A car is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, 2. Resale wont save your life in an accident, 3. Genius has limits, stupidity has none, 4. Never argue with an idiot, they will bring you down to their level & beat you with experience, 5. Growing old beats the alternative -- dying young! 6. انّا للہ و انّا الیہ راجعون

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    @Storm

    Sameer Bahi, no it's not my thread, it's every body's thread who Loves Jeep. And your artical was more informative than mine.
    It would "go places where tankers quit and birds would go back exhausted." *****Willys MB*****

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    @Malikg115

    The need of a vehicle which can go every where was felt after WW-1. I quote from @Storm’s article about Jeep History:

    “The need for a go anywhere reconnaissance vehicle was being felt by the Army since World War I and this promoted the appearance of several proposals over the years. After several tentative versions the specifications laid down by the Quartermaster Corps, on July 7, 1940, called for:
    A driving front axle with 2-speed transfer case including provisions for disengaging the front axle drive.
    A body of rectangular design with a folding windshield and 3 bucket seats.”

    For further info pls check @Storm’s article about Brief Jeep History.
    It would "go places where tankers quit and birds would go back exhausted." *****Willys MB*****

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    SsangYong Motor Company is the fourth largest South Korean automobile manufacturer. It was founded as Hadonghwan Motor Company in 1954 and started by building jeeps for the US Army. Beginning in 1976, Hadonghwan produced a variety of special purpose vehicles. After changing its name to Dong-A Motor in 1977, it was taken over by Ssangyong Business Group in 1988 and changed its name to SsangYong Motor. The name SsangYong means twin dragons. In 1991 it started a technology partnership with Daimler-Benz (now DaimlerChrysler). Later, it purchased United Kingdom-based specialty car maker Panther Westwinds.

    In 1997 Daewoo Motors bought a controlling stake, only to sell it off again in 2000, because the conglomerate ran into deep financial troubles. In late 2004, the Chinese automobile manufacturer SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation) took a 49% stake of SsangYong Motor Company.



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    @oodbalow

    nice info brother!

    @voyager

    yes this is the one i was talking about..the 84-85 which i mentioned was the same but had a hard top..
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    how about this one? can you imagine it's never been "restored" it's been like this since day 1 and had only been maintained routinely. (notice the colour)


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    @ voyager

    Change ur signature to...........

    ' My Jeep is not a SUV n ur SUV is not a Jeep!!! '


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    @Storm

    Awesome M38 Sameer Bahi. Where did U find this? I hope this is one of ur friends ride. Is it with original specs or some changes (Engine, Suspension, Trans etc.)?

    Would love to have a look on this B E A U ti FUL Jeep.

    I may ask if he is interested in selling?
    It would "go places where tankers quit and birds would go back exhausted." *****Willys MB*****

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    Thats by far the most original Jeep I have ever seen. Amazing.

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