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Jp Magazine

November 2019

From home-based technical how-to articles, backcountry adventures, latest upgrades and performance modifications, articles committed to the repair, restoration and modification, practical, highly technical articles providing expert insight into all types of hardware for every model, from military to modern, colorful features explore rare and collectible models covering general, historic and rare jeeps, Jp reports on the world of jeeping like no other magazine can!

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EDITORIAL Network Content Director Sean P. Holman Editor Rick Péwé Technical Editor Stuart Bourdon Managing Editor Lucia Salas Social Media Director Brandon Scarpelli ART DIRECTION & DESIGN Art Director Alan Huber Creative Director Alan Muir ADVERTISING General Manager Jerome Dziechiasz jdziechiasz@enthusiastnetwork.com Eastern Sales Director Michael Essex 863/860-6023 Western Sales Director Scott Timberlake 310/531-5969 Ad Operations Manager Monica Hernandez Ad Operations Coordinator Gail Burns TEN: PUBLISHING MEDIA, LLC Chairman Greg Mays President Kevin Mullan SVP, Editorial & Advertising Operations Amy Diamond General Manager, Automotive Network Tim Foss Senior Director, Finance Catherine Temkin CONSUMER MARKETING, ENTHUSIAST MEDIA SUBSCRIPTION COMPANY, INC. SVP, Circulation Tom Slater VP, Retention & Operations Fulfillment Donald T. Robinson III VP, Acquisition & Database Marketing Victoria Linehan VP, Newsstand Retail Sales William Carter MOTORTREND GROUP President/General Manager Alex Wellen Group SVP, Sales Eric Schwab Head of Operations Jerry Solomon Head of International & Business Development Francis Keeling Head of Digital Product & Technology Argam DerHartunian SVP, Digital Media Sales Jason Rice SVP, Aftermarket Media Sales…

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trail head

The other day I was prepping for an expedition, as all Jeepers should occasionally do. One of my new mates was a bit green in the art of fixing up our junk in the outback. After installing a particularly complex addition to his Jeep, he was left with a pile of miscellaneous bolts, nuts, washers, wires, and doodads. He gazed at the scattered parts and wondered out loud what to do with the debris. My first thought was, Why in the world would he even ask such a thing? Then I realized that he had never been on the underside of a Jeep in the deepest, darkest jungle, needing that very washer or doodad to fix the Jeep and escape from the alligators in the swamp. I quickly reconsidered my…

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jpeditor@jpmagazine.com Built vs. Bought In the built vs. bought debate I think it all comes down to your skill level at whatever you’re doing. I’d rather build. And I’ve been a welder for years. But I’ve seen some welds that should never be on anything on the road or trail, and I’m sure those people thought it was good. A few years ago, I picked up a CJ-7. It ran okay, but someone before me thought they knew how to wire. It looked like spaghetti under the dash. I got a Painless harness and rewired the entire jeep. Hanging wires were the least of the problems I found as I was tearing out the old stuff. I’m surprised it ran at all or didn’t just burn to the ground. If you don’t…

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jpeditor@jpmagazine.com Jeep News & Rumors • Economic-performance award-winner? That would be the ’19 Jeep Compass as designated by the Automotive Science Group. That’s three times in a row for this nod. It continues to have to do with pricing and fuel economy. You know, science: bit.ly/2ZNhPFN.• And is the Compass getting a four-cylinder Mercedes-Benz diesel in markets that aren’t the U.S.?• Cox Automotive/Kelley Blue Book crunched numbers on the May 2019 sales of the Jeep Gladiator: 2,548 were sold, and the average cost was $56,403.• Related: There seems to be an issue of dealers marking up the Gladiator, sometimes as much as $20,000. Anyone remember the 2017 Dodge Demon Concierge program and its allocation plan? In short: “Demons sold at or below MSRP will receive priority scheduling resulting in lower serial numbers.…

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where the jeeps are

Having an event? Let us know! Remember the magazine needs about four months of advance warning. Just follow these steps: • Name of event:• Date(s) of event:• City/State of event:• Name of venue (if applicable):• Website for readers to learn more about your event:• Why your event is cool in five words or less:• Have a high-resolution photo from a previous event? Feel free to send it to us and we might just include it.• Send the info and photo to: jpeditor@jpmagazine.com• Make your subject line, “Where the Jeeps Are.” 24th Fall Willys Jeep Reunion & Swap Meet September 13-14, 2019 Auto World Museum Fulton, Missouri willysreunion.com…

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where do you read jp magazine?

Perry Champ’s story about this photo is multilayered and worth the wait for the nugget center: “I am retired from the USAF and currently work for Allstate as an insurance agent and as a part-time volunteer for Toys for Tots. I also work part-time at Weis Markets, a large regional grocery chain. One of our beer suppliers is W.R. Hickey in State College, Pennsylvania, home of the Nittany Lion. A Hickey’s manager invited me to take my Jeep into their warehouse. I have the recent issue of Jp on my Nook. I have been reading Jp for most of 20 years. For those who like beer, what’s cooler than being surrounded by all this beer? Ironically, I don’t drink.” Now, where do you read Jp? Well, if you read it in…