In the U.S. and Canada, CJ-3B's are relatively few and far between, so it's not that common to see a bunch of them together. But we've collected a few photos showing multiple trail-ready high hoods side-by-side.
Gabby Goodwin sent this photo from the Western Maine Mountain Jeepers' 13th Annual Lobster Bake and Mid-Coast run held in Warren, Maine in August 2009.
The 3B's in the shot belong to Jason Grindell of Maine (left) and Jon Spence of New Hampshire (center). You can see their Jeeps in action in Snow is the Maine Attraction on The CJ3B Page.
Dick Williams sent us this shot from the 2006 Pacific Northwest 4WD Trail Jamboree in Natches, Washington:
From left to right: Neil Gregg, Gary "Ratchet Jaw" Marshall, Jerry "Whiskers" Nettin, and Dick Williams (with his 1954 CJ-3B.)
See a large copy of the photo (200K JPEG), and also a big right side photo (200K JPEG).
Dick also says, "We had seven 3B's at this year's Montana Divide Ride, but could not get them all together before they departed. This year's Divide Ride was in Leadore, Idaho."
Doug and Jodie Wilson got a photo of the five CJ-3B's on hand for Willys Run '99 in Charlemont, Massachussets. Owners include Jon Spence (left), Todd Landers (center), and George Romond (right). If you recognize the dark red 3B, let us know whose it is.
See also a photo of the lunch break overlooking North Adams, Mass. (60K JPEG).
In Westfield MA at the 1998 Willys Run, Chuck Wootton photographed four CJ-3B's lined up together:
Chuck's CJ-3B is the one in the middle painted olive drab, and he remembers, "The green one on the right is a Canadian M606, and the metallic green one is owned by Doug Wilson of Maine."
In 1998 there were 36 vintage Willys Jeeps of all types in attendance at the Run. See a colorful shot of the 3B's with some of the other Jeeps (60K JPEG), and see also a photo of Chuck's 3B on the trail (50K JPEG).
The previous year, the Willys Run was held in Charlemont, and Chuck got five avid four-wheeling 3B's together for a photo:
Chuck says, "This was taken Saturday morning before the first trail. I wish I could have gotten a pic of them after the day to show the mud on these Jeeps. The light blue one is owned by Jon Spence from New Hampshire, and the dark blue one is owned by Todd Landers, who organizes the Willys Run. The white one belongs to George Romond and family."
Thanks to Gabby, Dick, Chuck and Doug for the photos. -- Derek Redmond
See also M606 Display in Argentina.
Return to the Index of Unusual Photos on The CJ3B Page.
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