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    Who named your JK, What do you call it, and Why?

    Alright, the first named jeep I knew of was a CJ-7 named Pokey in Oceanside. The CJ was red like Gumby's horse-sidekick and we all know a trusty pal Pokey was.

    What do you call your Jeep and why?

    I'm trying to come up with a nickname for mine.

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    Cos, JUS COS, cosmos blue is the color, so instead of calling it cosmos, I call Cos.

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    Mine is a 2011 natural green JKU... I named her Maxine Green lol

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    Rust Bucket

    I have a 99 Sahara named the "Rust Bucket" that was unloved until I got her. I cringe at having to do work because I always have to deal with breaking rusty bolts.

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    Mines a '12 and shes named Orangegasmic, my dad named her that cuz he said when I looked at it in the dealership I had an orgasm and since its orange well... So the name stuck ever since.

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    No name yet. Thinking about "knuckles" for mine. It's a white jeep and well....

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    LOL i call mine rubi for the obvious lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG
    No name yet. Thinking about "knuckles" for mine. It's a white jeep and well....
    I like "knuckles".
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    No name yet. Thinking about "knuckles" for mine. It's a white jeep and well....
    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    I like "knuckles".
    x2, very cool name, with a cool meaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    No name yet. Thinking about "knuckles" for mine. It's a white jeep and well....
    Awesome... Guess I should call mine BFH (Big F***ing Hammer). Instead I went with Warwagon basically a little cross between my website and creativity


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