An ongoing Budgeted Rebuild/Build up of a Rock Crawling Machine.
Coverage of the PA Jeeps 10th Annual
2005 All Breed Jeep Show, York PA
What Jeep Show would be complete without the
Show and Shine. The All
Breed Jeep Show had hundreds of Jeeps of all varieties
covering a large portion of the York Fairgrounds. The
Show-n-Shine was broken down into several categories:
CLASS #1 CJ 5
CLASS #2 CJ 7
CLASS #3 Wrangler YJ
CLASS #4 Pre CJ5 / Willys
CLASS #5 Cherokee/Liberty
CLASS #6 CJ8/CJ6/Comanche
CLASS #7 Full Cherokee / Wagoneer / J Series
CLASS #8 Wrangler TJ / LJ
CLASS #9 Military
CLASS #10 Non-Street Legal / Specialty
Further Category Identification was a breakdown of
STOCK (less than 3 Minor modifications and no Major modifications)
MODIFIED (no more then 3 Major modifications with no limit on Minor modifications)
UNLIMITED (4 or more Major modification)
Below is a collection of pictures throughout these categories.
The CJ-5 was produced from 1955 through 1983. The CJ-7 was produced by AMC from 1976 until 1986.
The Wrangler YJ was produced from 1987 until 1995.
The Wrangler TJ was introduced in mid 1996 as a 1997
model and continues production to today.
The CJ-7 was produced by AMC from 1976 until 1986. The CJ-7 is basically a CJ-5
stretched out an extra 10" behind the front seats. This made the CJ-7 a 91" wheel base vehicle vs. the CJ-5s 81". This additional 10" allowed AMC to offer an automatic transmission for the first time in a CJ.
This Jeep was coated with Bedliner.
A CJ-7 tub can be identified by the shape of the door opening, the opening is square where as the CJ-5 has a curving door opening. The Wrangler (YJ) tub has the same dimensions as the CJ-7 and can be used on a CJ-7 with some modifications.
This Jeeps owner must have been
a boy scout in a previous
Is this what's meant by "Sticker
A view from the shaded Grandstand
You might have seen this Jeep before. Its been in a
few shows in the northeast. There had been an
incredible amount time, money and detail put into this Jeep
CJ-5. So much so that we doubted it would be seen on
the rocks of the obstacle course this year. Maybe next
year? Maybe not.