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"Bone Stock" 1993 YJ Wrangler Project

Check the "YJ Page" to see the transformation of
this bone stock Jeep with 200,000+ miles from a
daily driver to an entry level trail rig!

This YJ was the recipient of a full 2.5" Rubicon
Express suspension lift kit and a set of
31" tires. No
more highway commuting or green trails!
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1951 Willys Overland CJ3A  Universal Jeep restoration. We will
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parts, and the obstacles and challenges we had to overcome.
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Special Thanks to:

Glen Sanders, Bob Westerman, Jonathan George, the CJ3A Page, and
Brad Gates for their help and advice with "Old Yeller."
And, to Sheila for supporting the Jeep addiction
!
"Before" photo
Check out "Old Yeller" on the cover of Kaiser Willys'
2010 Catalog!

Be sure to check our our YJ Page!
(See how capable a few easy & inexpensive modifications
can make your retired daily driver!)  

    The 7th Annual Mason Dixon
    Willys Jeep Gathering on
    Sunday Oct. 27, 2013 was once
    again a huge success! Thanks
    to the following sponsors:

  • kNOw Where 2 Jeep
  • Adams Jeep
  • Hanson Mechanical
  • BTW Off-Road
  • PA Jeeps

    Thanks also to everyone who came
    out Saturday for the Gettysburg tour
    and Sunday for the show!
Extreme Terrain's selection of Jeep parts will get you ready for your Wrangler restoration project!
Please support
our sponsors!

Be sure to check out the February 2014 edition of
Petersen's 4WHEEL & OFF-ROAD magazine.
"Old Yeller" is featured in a story  
"Farm Jeep Shootout:
What Replaced the Willys?"
ALSO:
Don't miss the YouTube episode of
Dirt Every Day
where Old Yeller comes out of retirement for some
farm work!
2013 WINNERS!
7th Annual Mason Dixon
Willys Jeep Gathering
October 27, 2013
Glenn Harrington: 1961 Willys Pick-Up
Petersburg, VA
Best "Non-Jeep" Willys
Jeremy Cornett: 1968 Kaiser M-715
Reisterstown, MD
Best Military Vehicle
Stan Wurzburger: 1951 CJ3A
Manchester, MD
Best CJ
Dwayne McCleaf: 1949 Willys Pick-Up
Aspers, PA
Best Work In Progress
Tim Kress: 1959 Willys M-274 "Mule"
Hanover, PA
Chairman's Choice Trophy
Merlin Hanson (below) of Hanson Mechanical "talks Jeep"
with one of the many visitors to the 7th Annual Mason Dixon
Willys Jeep Gathering at the Historic Union Mills Homestead
near Westminster, MD USA.
1941 Willys MB
"Old Yeller" taking a break during the filming of an
episode of Dirt Every Day.
Vintage CJ3A photograph
Save the Date!
8th Annual Mason Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering

Sunday, October 26, 2014
Please keep our friend Glenn in your thoughts
and prayers! He recently suffered a stroke
and has a long road to recovery. We are sure
he will pull through, just like a Willys in 4
Wheel Drive!