Item description for Jeep Wrangler by Robert Ackerson...
This book features all Jeep Wrangler models built from 1987 through to 2006. It contains complete details of annual changes, model-by-model, their prices and those of trim levels, and options. It is illustrated with hundreds of color photographs of virtually every Wrangler model, their interiors, distinguishing features and options. A detailed index assures the reader of quick access to information of interest. Adding to the depth of the book's detailed text are excerpts from interviews with key Jeep officials and designers, as well as contributions from many Wrangler owners and enthusiasts. The complete history of one of the most recognizable vehicles in the world: the "Jeep Wrangler". A factual, authoritative and colorful portrait of a timeless off-road icon. Complete details, specifications and photographs of every model from 1987 through to 2006. Incorporated into this book's year-by-year review is detailed information on prices and options. A must for the Jeep enthusiast!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.8" Width: 8.2" Height: 0.6" Weight: 1.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 17, 2006
Publisher Veloce Publishing
ISBN 1904788971 ISBN13 9781904788973
Availability 0 units.
More About Robert Ackerson
Robert Ackerson was born and raised in Rockland County, which until the mid-fifties, was a region of New York State. After high school and college he moved with his wife to a small community a few miles from Cooperstown. After raising three daughters and a career in education, Bob changed the tempo of his life and began working as a full-time writer of automotive history. This was simply an extension of what he had been doing since his pre-adolescent years when he and his brother would collect sales brochures from any auto dealer who wouldn't show them the exit. When Chrysler began introducing it's new hemi V-8's in the early fifties, Bob\u2019s interest in MOPAR was piqued, and a half-century later, with the older Chargers regarded as high -performance classics, and the new models at the forefront of a new age of high-performance, it's stronger than ever.