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Made To Drive | S07 E17

This Jeepster Commando Is Dauntless

A driver and his simple Jeep have already driven off-road everywhere in California
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Dennis Hoover
Dennis Hoover(@dennis-hoover)
2 years ago

I owned a 69’ Jeepster for a few years back in the late 90’s early 2000’s. Drove it to Cabo a couple of times, Anza Borrego, Palm Springs and and it was my daily driver too. Had to sell it because the girlfriend wasn’t able to push the clutch in so she couldn’t drive it in case of an emergency! Loved that old car and was sad to see it go. Great film, brought back some good memories. Thanks!

Colby Shenkle (Leggera Creative)
Colby Shenkle (Leggera Creative)(@leggeracreative)
5 years ago

the best part of this film is when you killed all the music & dialogue so we could just hear the squeaks and rattles & rumbly exhaust for a bit– really captivating. Great approach.

jasher26
jasher26(@jasher26)
5 years ago

Beautiful. And from the heart! Built in such a practical way and an everyday drive!

Clayton Merchant
Clayton Merchant(@mgcam)
5 years ago

He’s got a smile on his face the whole time he’s driving it.
Nothing else needed to be said!

Guitar Slinger
Guitar Slinger(@gtrslngr)
5 years ago

Two thumbs up . A tasteful , functional and practical rest-mod built upon a vehicle that is a a part of a rapidly rising and escalating segment [4WD ] in the classic car market with the forethought of future repairs , maintenance etc included in the overall build .Toss in the fact that its a daily driver and … that its a Jeepster … and ….. Did I say two thumbs up ? Seriously … two isn’t nearly enough .