When I was a kid, my dad was an avid driver of the legendary Jeep Led Zeppelin II.
When he sold the car, he’d put it in a dumpster and never got it back.
Today, I’m fortunate enough to own one of the best-preserved vehicles ever produced.
In its day, the Led Zeppolitans were the best touring vehicle in the world, boasting more than 100 million sold worldwide.
Today they are relics, but still have a special place in my heart.
Jeep has become a symbol of American exceptionalism, and for good reason.
The brand is beloved for its distinctive and reliable quality and the fact that it has a rich history of making products in America.
But the Led’s iconic headlights are a part of American history, and in today’s era of global warming, they are a must-have.
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