Great day as the weather held out and Jeeps rolled in.
What’s a Jeeper top do after upgrading (and re-upgrading). Where do the take offs go? Morris 4×4 figured someone had to make it easier to get all those parts out of our garages and in front of other Jeepers.
With the cooler weather in October they opened the lot to the Jeeping community and held a parts swap meet. It was a great way for some folks to clear out the garage and others to get that paused project restarted.
In addition to Morris opening the lot to customers, Morris offered up a bunch of hard to find and out of production items at a discount. Just the ticket for anyone who bought the bumpers some time back but passed on the matching rock rails or that 5th matching rim for the spare.
Throughout the day all kinds of accessories such as Hi-Lift jacks to tire repair kits were raffled off. Naturally there was a lot Jeeps in a wide variety. The sleeper or the bunch was a silver ZJ. Something you’d walk right by, until the motor was turned on. A stock V8 never sounded do aggressive, not without a little intake and exhaust work of course.
And it’s not enough that owners leave their own unique mark on their Jeeps, but the factory has a whole host of special editions.
Oscar Mike Edition (on AEV Pintlers – very nice choice by the owner)
10th Anniversary Rubicon
On hand were manufacture reps from SpiderWeb Shades and Mile Marker.
Attendees checks out the SpiderWeb Shade JK
Getting the folks in Orage to pause for a photo
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