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    My 10A at the 75A. On Utah Beach.
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    Did a quite a bit laning near Coniston at the weekend with my wife and another couple who were on the same campsite as we were. It was by far the best laning I have done. We both had smiles from ear to ear the who le time.
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    Hello All I'm planning to show my Jeep wrangler TJ at the Berkshire Motor Show at Prospect Park, Reading. I attended the event last year and it was a nice car show with a mix of 4x4, classic cars and trucks. If your interested in meeting up at the show let me know... below is a link to the web site for more information. http://www.berkshiremotorshow.co.uk/ Our show this year will be held at Prospect Park in Reading. All our usual attraction will be there including the Fun Fair, vehicle display, crafts, food and stalls. We are now open to classic cars, custom, rod, Bikes, tractors and even steam. The event is for the whole family and disabled people to enjoy. Public Car parking is a donation of £2. Entrance to the event by walkers is a donation to the charity, Marshall's shall be holding buckets. Disabled parking, please ask a member of staff. Show starts 10.15 - 5pm There will be trophies for Best 4x4, Best Classic, Best Customised, Best Club Stand, Best Motor Bike, Best in show and Best HGV. Trophy presentations will start at 3pm.
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    Hi Bob, We met at Whitecliffe perhaps you forgot? I had my blue TJ on that day. Hey no worries, I know that an ill perception is that we only have shiney rigs like ours and never offroad them. How far from the truth is that silly assumption -- as you and I clearly prove them wrong! After working with a great team of club volunteers at Speedfest where we raised over £3K for air ambulance I am just back from Normandy and a 500KM offroad event through the Ardennes at the European Jeepers Jamboree. Anyone anytime has been able to reach me. As mentioned above, we work closely with Auburn Hills, Turin, and Slough. Today I have been liaising with Turin regarding our summer camp. Yes, the level of support for Alfa is on another level to us at Jeep. The level of support for us sucks. Without Jeep, FCA would be in the automotive shitter right next to JLR. We have had the said hospitality units at each of our previous summer camp and as your contact will know the number on fleet has dwindled and they are past their sell by date. If you have someone else in the food chain that wants learn about all that the Jeep Owners Club does for the brand and they would like to take the bold step to support the club and it's members the more the merrier. We have been fighting this for many years -- and long before your arrival. A multi faceted approach can only help. Fiat Finance have made no effort or support for our club unlike the Italian brands as you so correctly stated. It took FCA years to realise what the Jeep brand was. I am not at all surprised if FCA Finance cannot figure out how to get in contact 24/7 with me. Perhaps social media is a technical step beyond their competencies! PS: this club is run independently of the mafia Jim 07825652653 jim.olexa@jeepowners.club
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    Well, thanks to a handful of very hard working volunteer members and friends the Jeep Owners Club we delivered nearly 700 passenger rides this weekend and raised £3350 for Kent Air Ambulance! Not a hollow promise, that is cash donated. WELL DONE! Oh and we sold a few Jeeps off the back of it too. We have achieved in 48 hours what can take others a decade or more to try and achieve. By any measure that is a very impressive amount for two days. The sheer amount of work and time donated by the club volunteers in order to achieve this is massive. To show the club in this positive light in front of over thirty thousand people by operating the charity stand and static display shows why we are the best Jeep Owners Club and emulate all things Jeep. And for those of you keeping score at home, in the past 12 months alone the Jeep Owners Club has raised SIX THOUSAND POUNDS FOR CHARITIES AIR AMBULANCE AND MOUNTAIN RESCUE. BOOM! TEAM JOC
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    After our Renegade was written off after a little mishap the Mrs had, we’ve been down to only 3 Jeeps on the drive as my GC was also written off recently. So just ordered Kerry a new Compass 2WD In Hydro blue . Hoping it last longer than the 13 months we had the Renegade ? Amazing service at Unity Oxford , can highly recommend them, been using them for years for service and have now bought 2 new vehicles there A+!! Plus JOC discount on the vehicle ! Huge savings using the Club discount on new Jeep vehicles . If anyone is sitting on the fence about paying for the Clubs new membership levels then consider what the club discounts can save you. Looking at a new vehicle ? The club can save you thousands !
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    Arrived today , Happy Wife = Happy Life !
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    Very simple first mods but it’s all about small steps atm ..... got a few others planned including some decals and truth be told, little bit nervous about doing the decals myself ?
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    We did the Trailhawk Bonnet Decal and Door Stars ourselves, time, patience and a dry day helps!
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    Almost upon us now. We ask all of you to be on the club stand, including those who are diving for charity, no later than 0745hrs, both days. VERY IMPORTANT: All of those who are driving the off-road venue must produce a valid driving licence to MSV event control. Jim and myself will take you to the organisers once all together. Once signed in we will travel as a group to the off-road venue. We kindly ask you do not make your own way to the off-road venue. Finally......don’t forget your passes Jules
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    Saw this mighty fine example at Caffeine and Machine a couple Sundays ago.
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    In Ste-Mère-L'Eglise yesterday, and found this parking space free. The old Jeep had obviously been in French military service at some time, and was in too good a condition not to have had some restoration after that. i don't know enough about them to say anything about its type or provenance, and there didn't seem to be an owner around to ask.
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    Bit of site clearing and reccie for Saturday. If conditions stay the same, AT’s and Muds needed. If the rain is done then streets may get around. Thanks Bred for helping me at the course today.
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    .......T-shirts, socks, underwear, sweatshirts, hoodies, hats, watch, crockery and (desk) ornaments........think I need to get therapy ? ..oh, and a weathercock! Actually the weathercock is more SWB series 3 landrover than Jeep but it’s kind of on the same lines.
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    Very nice ? Lucky for you.......unfortunately my kids can’t afford any of the mods I want for my Jeep. More a reflection of what mods I want; snorkel, new winch, bit out of the range of Father’s Day pressies ?
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    Any spaces left, they will be available for Silver members at the weekend.
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    Had my own made ?
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    Lots of apparel in the Jeep Owners Club store. Not that I am plugging it............
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    Yes sir all the time I’m afraid ?
  24. 1 point
    how about arranging a club run for next year
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    enjoy it all of you. Sad to not be going this time..
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    Have a great weekend guys, hope it all goes well. Looks like you should be in for some good weather too ?
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    Campsite for JOC volunteers. Enter the quiet camp area turn quick left and go to the end we have marked off 10 spaces
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    The campsite is in a good location next to the river in lovely scenic part of the Dale's. I did some of the locall green lanes last week with the local glass group brilliant sun shine great day looking good for summer camp
  32. 1 point
    All you need now is some Jeep Owners Club decals
  33. 1 point
    Yeah I agree - got a couple of renegade decals for the doors which are fairly small - then I’ll move on to the big ones later
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    Looks good. Decals are all about preparation and patience. If you get the surface clean and you take your time to get them lined up correctly, then all should be good. Just put some in my JKUR and only challenge it to make sure you don’t get any bubbles. Do some small ones first before you do anything really big and you should be fine.
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    Thanks Jim. Cute cow nearly turned me vegan. Nah, only joking. Take the horns off and fire up that barbi!
  36. 1 point
    As a temporary fix to a leaking pipe in my garden pond I used a spare radiator hose from my WG and this got me thinking...... has anyone else used a part designed for their Jeep for other purposes?
  37. 1 point
    JK gets a lot of attention, I factor in 10 minutes extra on every journey for chatting to people about it ? Had a guy in a van basically circle me on the M6 tooting his horn at videoing ?
  38. 1 point
    Trained most of the ones round Telford!
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    Same here. Wave from the WK2 and nill response. JK TJ waves come back most every time. Very weird today, the passenger in a BMW did a Jeep wave to me in my Rubicon. ?
  40. 1 point
    So if I’m in one of the Wranglers and other Jeep is a Wrangler 90% ? In the Renegade never . In the WK never .
  41. 1 point
    So I am in constant trouble with Mrs TH about reimagining how best to turn a modest Renny boot into a workable storage/kitchen. Some may remember the horizontal drawer (that got somewhat overshadowed by a debate on how to assemble a cream scone). But now thinking a more sidelike slide approach that allows for more talleryrhings to fit better... Once again the cream tea is still my go to test bed..
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