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    Looks Like We're Gonna Get Us a Jeep Truck!!

    Check it out!! Chrysler has updated its chart of upcoming vehicles for the next few years and take a look at what we can expect to see...

    Preview of Mopar Future (fixed)
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    The new Wrangler platform is due in 2015 or 2016 or so, along with plant changes to allow for greater flexibility and output. We believe a Wrangler-based pickup is a sure thing; the other new vehicle may be either a variant of the Wrangler itself, or something else based on the same chassis, e.g. a chassis cab truck, a hard-roof version, or a J8-type series of vehicles for flexible military and NGO use.

    http://www.allpar.com/news/index.php...mopars-to-come

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    That would be awesome can't wait to see what they come up with.

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    Looks Like We're Gonna Get Us a Jeep Truck!!

    Hell yea about time very interested in to see what it looks like...


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    Looks Like We're Gonna Get Us a Jeep Truck!!

    Awesome news!!!

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    I may be blind but i dont see where it says Jeep truck? Are they assuming the closed roof is going to be it?
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    Looks Like We're Gonna Get Us a Jeep Truck!!

    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    I may be blind but i dont see where it says Jeep truck? Are they assuming the closed roof is going to be it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
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    Dang it Jeep! Now they are just making me want more things!
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    Trying to talk the wife into a second Jeep vehicle. Dis might be da one!
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    Looks Like We're Gonna Get Us a Jeep Truck!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Scrambler.
    Isn't the Scrambler the original stretched wrangler, before the Unlimited...? The Comanche was their last pickup truck. Noticed that in the article about the truck in the other thread too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prime8 View Post
    Isn't the Scrambler the original stretched wrangler, before the Unlimited...? The Comanche was their last pickup truck. Noticed that in the article about the truck in the other thread too.
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