Shot this in Portland three years ago and just found it in the archives. Circle the Wagoneer? Do your worst.
That’ll buff right out
The new Jeep Topiary! It’s Bramble Tough! Test drive one today at your local AMC/Daimler/Kaiser/Chrysler/Fiat/Renault/Jeep dealer!
You forgot to add Willys/Overland dude…
Perhaps the original owner attended an Ivy League school!? Regardless, “A Jeep in the bush is worth…about $0.08/lb!?”
Yeah. I suppose I should have included American Bantam, too.
And now, the amazing new Jee-a Pet! Just spread the seeds in all of the rust cavaties and watch it grow! Ja – ja- ja- a – Jee-a!
! DING ! we have a winnah ! .
I’ve salvaged quite a few vehicles like this , one in particular was sold as a ’49 DeLuxe Beetle but turned out to be a ’52 Std. (# 111) Beetle when I dragged it out , home and restored it .
This is Mr. E.R. Bradshaw of Napier Court, Black Lion Road, SE 5. He cannot be seen. Now I’m going to ask him to stand up…..Mr. Bradshaw, will you stand up, please?………
This demonstrates the value of not being seen.
In this picture we cannot see Mrs. B.J. Smegma of 13 The Crescent, Belmont………..
He has, however, chosen a rather obvious cover. *blam*
“Shoot at will!”
“Where is Will?”…………”Will!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! where are you???????”
What can you do when the trashcans are full?
I am Groot.
Beat me to it. That was a fun movie.
Very enjoyable film. Too bad the vehicle in the bush isn’t a Ford Galaxy because then we could caption this “Guardian of the Galaxy”
Bring the jumper cables, we’ll get this started in a sec…..
I dunno…could it be a Plymouth Thicket? Coupe de Bougainvillea? Or perhaps a Ford Hedge?
Love the Coupe de Bougainvillea!
How about Sedan d’Evil?
Looks like someone tried to make their car a Chia-Pet project.
The Time Lords are trying something new?
It’s not a Wagoneer, it’s a full size Cherokee.
It looks like a J series pickup to me. Look closely at the side. You can see the rear edge of the door, and then behind it there is another gap, such as between the cab corner and bedside. Plus that mirror looks like something you would see on a pickup rather than a Cherokee. And Paul thinks he overloads his F100. You can’t even see to drive this one.
Patrick I think it looks like a pickup also.
Lock and load; here comes a 4-Runner!
It’s the Cadililac of SUVs.
“Jeep, it’s time to go to the vet! Jeep! Jeep? Where the heck did he go?”
Ran when parked.
Ran when planted.
It’s a Hurst SC Brambler
Ch -Ch- Ch -Chia Cherokee.
We are about to judge the 10th annual truck hiding competition. All vehicles, please raise your right rear view mirror.
Marty hides the new Wagoneer time travel vehicle….Actually, I think this was Doc Brown’s daily driver…
“I said bushings.”
I once saw half a dozen railroad cars parked on a siding down south in the kudzu belt there was less of them showing than there is of this Jeep.
Rob was very proud of his heated and cooled hunting blind.
Is it a Nissan Leaf?
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