History of Jeep Documentary
The best history of Jeep I have seen. I do not own the rights to this film.
This is for fair use.
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EXTREME BARBIE JEEP RACING 2013 AT RBD
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Every year at RBD held at Morris Mountain off road park a bunch of the guys
and girls get together and race power wheels down a hill. The
entertainment is awesome, nothing like watching grown men and women ride
barbie jeeps down a muddy hill.
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Jeep Beach 2013 - "Sun for Days" by Rebel Off Road
Jeep Beach is one of the most unique 4x4 events held in the world. You
must experience it to understand it. Thousands of vehicles descend upon
Daytona Beach, Florida for this annual festival of sunshine and round
Rebel Off Road joined the masses as a Rubicon level sponsor again this
year, making us one of the longest running heavy hitters to help support
this fantastic gathering. Put on by the Mid Florida Jeep Club in
collaboration with the Shores Resort and Spa and Daytona International
Speedway -- Jeep Beach never fails to deliver on fantastic people and
plenty of scenery.
So here's how it works: Day 1 is the "unofficial" kick off held at Hooters
across from the Daytona International Speedway. It's where the early
arrivals say hello to the club and get an updated status of the weeks'
Day 2 is the "official" kick off held at Lucky's, a bowling alley that
quickly turns into a mini-Jeep dealership! The parking lot filled up so
fast people were left parking on top of other Jeeps, curbs, grass, anywhere
Day 3 - well, let's call day 3 a block party. Day 3 was held at the local
Harley Davidson dealership and in no way was it possible to see every Jeep
that arrived. There must have been well over 500. It was a zoo -- but tons
Day 4 was registration day at the Shores Resort and Spa (aka Host Hotel).
The line was MASSIVE. People stood in line for up to 3 hours to sign up
for the following day's event at the Speedway. Day 4 was the first day we
were able to set up a booth and do a proper meet and greet with our fans.
Day 5 was the "run" and obstacle course held at the Daytona International
Speedway. We don't need to describe it to much here, just watch the video
to get an idea what it was all about.
We can't thank all our friends enough for their outpouring of support.
Peter White and his family -- special thanks to Caitlyn for being our Jeep
Beach Miss Rebel -- aka Miss Attitude :) Thank you to Bed Hedrick and
Hedrick SpeedSports for your fantastic support and private "coastal
waterway" tour. Congratulations to Yeti owners Jess and Bill -- your
REBELCON turned out absolutely fantastic. Absolutely a monster on the East
Coast -- well, anywhere really! Of course, thank you for your friendship
To all our friends, both old and new, east coast and west coast, thank you
for your support. We wouldn't and couldn't do this without you.