Friday, March 13, 2020

Saving Vintage Jeeps One at a Time

Since moving to Colorado I have been meeting a lot of Jeepers around the country. Here in Colorado we have meet two that are on a mission. 

Their mission... To save Vintage Jeeps one Jeep at a time. 

Meet Terry Gillette... with the Jeep Rescue League in Saguache, Colorado. He is former military and has a passion for military Jeeps. He is on the look out for abandoned Jeeps and is saving them one at a time. 

Celebrating the Jeep Life YouTube Video

Meet Bob... with BC Vintage Jeeps in Delta, Colorado. Bob loves all things Vintage Jeeps. He collects them, rescues them, sells them and buys them. Bob will even deliver Jeeps and Jeep parts to your door all over the country. 

Celebrating the Jeep Life YouTube Video

Website Navigation

When I'm shopping around on the internet it can be very frustrating at times trying to find what I need. There are many websites that are very difficult to navigate. Some are loaded down with so much information it's hard to find the one thing you are looking for. 

Even just to search for that one thing. 

For me it's always been about simple and easy. You can even have a ton of information on your site if it's set up simple and easy. Extreme Terrain's website is just that for me. Which is why I keep going back to them when searching for my Jeep parts. 

I just purchased a set of 4 Rubicon Xpress shocks and a Rugged Ridge leaf spring shackle kit for a YJ build. It was super easy to find what I needed and I love their quick shipping. You can search by part or by vehicle. Their website is simple and it's easy to navigate with not a whole lot of "junk". 
I also added Barricade front and rear bumpers to that shopping cart 

60 Before 60

I recently shared about revisiting my bucket list on this new season of my life.  Bucket List Revised - 2023 As I approach another milestone...