We take our dog for Jeep rides year round in our 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. He loves it. Here are some of my favorite Jeep toys and gear for Jeep dogs on the go!
Whether you’re buying for Christmas, a Birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day — or any day in between — you’re sure to find something unique and fun at AllThingsJeep.com. We actually own many of these items ourselves. Here are our favorite Jeep things that we already own or will probably get very soon…
Jeep’s newest marketing strategy incorporates the tagline ‘Have fun out there.’ What a concept! We’ve all known for years that Jeeps are fun vehicles to ride in and drive. Now… they’re promoting just HOW much fun you can have in a Jeep.
Tenor is part black lab, part great pyrenees and part Jeep dog. This is the story of how one dog earned his Jeep legs, and became accustomed to long car rides in preparation for being the world’s best RV road dawg.
Today’s golf carts are actually called golf cars and most have a number of custom features added, resulting in a highly personalized vehicle… that’s practical too! Check out these luxury electric vehicles and custom golf carts…
Thinking of putting a vanity tag on your vehicle? We’re considering putting a European license plate on the front of our Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. So I did some research on license plate companies and here’s what I found.
The red Jeep Wrangler, a 1978 CJ6, that Tim and Faith borrowed and drove a few times when they were dating was later found by Faith and then given to him as a gift — years after they were married. Today, that very same Jeep is playing a role on Tim & Faith’s Soul2Soul tour.
Here’s a run-down of everything you need to consider if your Jeep has a soft top…
Here’s a video we made that shows how to remove the soft top from a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
We love Jeeps. And we enjoy good ads. Combine the two, and what have you got? The best Jeep commercials… ever!
I snapped this photo as we were riding around in our Jeep Wrangler — with the top down. This is us… just motoring on down the road.
After you’ve cleaned your Jeep windows, here’s what you need to know about protecting them for years of use (and abuse). We tell you about the three best products for protecting plastic and vinyl Jeep windows, plus reasons you might want to steer clear of furniture polishes like Pledge, window cleaners like Windex, and even automotive protectants like Armor All.
How do you clean vinyl Jeep windows? Which product should you use to clean your Jeep’s soft top windows? There are many to choose from, yet not all are safe for plastic windows, and some will even cause Jeep windows to fog, yellow or crack. Here are the top three commerical products on the market which were designed with the automotive industry in mind: Raggtopp, 303 Protectant, and Plexus.
It is important to take every precaution to protect your soft top and vinyl/plastic windows — if you want them to last a long time without cracking, scratching, fading, yellowing, or fogging. Here’s how to do it: First, tips on how to clean Jeep windows. Then, tips for protecting Jeep windows & which products to use.
Here are some modifications and aftermarket items added to a 1990 Jeep Wrangler YJ by our friend, Steve, after he bought this black Jeep from us. Check out the pictures!
Looking to buy a Jeep Wrangler or a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited?… In the past year, we purchased three different Jeeps (a Wrangler, a Wrangler Unlimited, and a Grand Cherokee). Here’s how we did it…
Here’s how to care for your plastic Jeep windows during the winter months. Specifically: how to remove snow and ice from plastic windows and vinyl windows — such as those on a Jeep Wrangler soft top and other cars with convertible tops.
Looking for Jeep stencils to carve your own Jeep pumpkin this Halloween? Here are a few Jeep templates to choose from…
Got an afternoon (or a weekend) to kill? How about 70 bucks or so? Then do like we did… be spontaneous, pack some snacks, maybe some camping gear, and rent a JEEP!
If anyone needs some tips for selling a used vehicle in the Nashville, Tennessee area, I guess you could just ask us. We ROCK at selling cars! …or more specifically: Jeeps.
Here’s how we spent our weekend in Gatlinburg, Tennessee this time. Sometimes we get bonus points for being spontaneous. Other times we consider ourselves complete idiots for our lack of planning!
It’s no secret that Jim & I love Jeep Wranglers. But Wranglers certainly aren’t the only Jeeps worth driving, in our opinion. For most of our married life together, we have owned at least one Jeep. Usually a Wrangler… but there for awhile, the Jeep Grand Cherokee was our vehicle of choice.
Tips for Jeep owners with Sunrider Soft Tops. When rain is inevitable, but your Sunrider Top is open — or your Soft Top is entirely down — here are the best places to put the top up in a hurry. Plus, how to do it quick and info about the Jeep window storage bag we use.
Here’s a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited review. For the most part, it’s ALL positive — there are far more pros than cons to Jeep Unlimiteds. Overall, a Jeep Wrangler is comfortable. It’s practical. And, it’s FUN! Enjoy this Jeep Unlimited review…
The bizarre story of how we acquired our 2004 Jeep TJ Unlimited. It’s a review of sorts… but much more than that. Do you name your vehicles? See why we named this Jeep ‘AJ’…