200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

This all started with the mothers Facebook request for terminally ill child. All she wanted was somebody to fulfill the dream of her child to be able to ride in a jeep with the top off. And is always the Jeep Community took over and in about a week it snowballed into several vendors donating their time and profit to be able to make this come true. Word got out as far as three states away and like it's been said before if you build it they will come. There was over 250 Jeeps that attended and I was told last night over $20,000 was raised.

I used this experience to be able to teach my grandson the importance of helping someone in need. The best part of it all was seeing my grandson get a fist bump from Super Jack as he came by.

Greg,  KN4JZZ wtb 6/11 grandson
25 502s
Awesome story!! Thanks for posting. 
not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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Man, that's a neat story.  God Bless all those Jeep freaks!
Dean -Midnight Kerosene Ritualist--http://www.deansmachine.com  ICCC #1220.   275 commiseration #0018.
"In Him was life, and His life was the Light of men."  John 1:4
The Jeep communities are awesome. I used to belong to a Jeep club years ago. We were always doing a fundraiser for someone. We set up scholarships with the local high school vocational classes every year. Once a year, we got together with the local Hummer club and used the A.M. General proving grounds to host a huge benefit for autism. In the winter time, if the weather got too bad, we would shuttle nurses and doctors to the hospital if they were snowed in. That was always something interesting. When the roads would be on lockdown for bad weather, local law enforcement knew who we were and why we were out. They never hassled us at all.
You know I've seen a lot of good things done by people on this form and I always thought that we are small close knit community that is spread near and far.  We may not be able to recognize each other by face or by given name but for the most part we know each other. I guess what I'm trying to say is these people did not know this little boy or his family and they came together in support for them. I am lucky to be a part of these communities and I am proud to say that I am.
Greg,  KN4JZZ wtb 6/11 grandson
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