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Rag Top Jeep

The submitter wrote: “Someone made themselves a convertible jeep. As if they need air conditioning on the Oregon Coast.”  Well I give them credit, it doesn’t look that bad.  C+

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6 Comments to Rag Top Jeep

  1. I have thought of doing that many times to my Jeep Cherokee. I modified the hinges to make the doors removable already. A+++!
    My Cherokee is on here somewhere with it’s doors off and my fat a** posing with my “White Trash Repairs” T-shirt. WHITE TRASH NATION!!! WOOT!!

  2. Johnboy on February 3rd, 2011
  3. I know that spot, it is in the Walmart parking lot in Newport which for some reason makes it even funnier;-)

  4. Randy on February 3rd, 2011
  5. chopped Cherokees are da shizznit!
    I remember your XJ Johnboy :)

  6. bitchy the dwarf on February 3rd, 2011
  7. Yea I was going to say that this is a popular mod for the jeep xj. I got my Cherokee with the hinges modified fir tube doors.

  8. Hazzzy on February 3rd, 2011
  9. This should be crushed for 3 reasons:

    A) It can’t have any structural integrity with the roof cut off
    B) It’s not a 2006+ model, so you know its CO2 emissions are through the roof
    C) It’s an American car.

    ‘Nuff said. Put it in the crusher and let ‘er rip!

  10. Again on February 4th, 2011
  11. I don’t think it should be crushed. It’s a unibody design. The Commanche was a truck cab with a bed. Also a unibody construction. Oh, and p.s. WHO CARES ABOUT CO2 EMISSIONS!? IT’S WHITE TRASH REPAIRS!! WHITE TRASH NATION!! WOOT!!!

  12. johnboy on February 10th, 2011

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