With CJ sales lagging in the mid-80's, AMC responded with the
Wrangler. Lower and wider than the CJ, the Wrangler was not looked
upon as a "real" Jeep by the fans, but gradually it won them over and has
proven to be a capable and adaptable design with a personality all its own.
What it lacked in out-of-the-boxability, it more than made up for in
adaptability: with an immense variety of aftermarket development devoted
to it, the Wrangler is a four-wheeld Erector set. A total of 632,231 YJ
Wranglers were built in its production run. This 1994 Wrangler belongs to
Al Bsharah of Royal Oak, Michigan, and carries the chrome trim "Bright
Package". (Al Bsharah)
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