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"Bone Stock" 1993 YJ Wrangler Project

Check the "YJ Page" to see the transformation of
this bone stock Jeep with 200,000+ miles from a
daily driver to an entry level trail rig!

This YJ was the recipient of a full 2.5" Rubicon
Express suspension lift kit and a
set of 31" tires.
No more highway commuting or green trails!

Be sure to check the "contact_us" page for a link
kNOw Where 2Jeep, JeepChasm's supplier for
the suspension lift kit and other parts!, since August 31, 2006
All content on this site Copyright 2006-2017
Did you know?
chasm: pronounced (kaz' m), is defined as a deep crack
in the earth's surface, an abyss, or gorge.
(Sort of like the place your money goes when you restore or
modify a Jeep!)
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Key Words: Willys Jeep, CJ3A, Restoration, 1951
"Jeep", its' model nameplate and its corporate logos and emblems are registered trademarks of Fiat Chrysler.
The JeepChasm is our little piece of the world wide web! In
these pages we share some of  the story and photos of our
1951 Willys Overland CJ3A  Universal Jeep restoration. We will
also share photos of other Jeep projects, Jeep related
activities, and maybe even a little bit of Jeep history!
We hope this site will serve as a resource and an inspiration to others
who are interested in vintage Jeeps and in Jeep restoration. We will
post and update links to various Jeep restoration resources on and off
of the Internet. We will let you know where and how we found our
parts, and the obstacles and challenges we had to overcome.
Contact us if you would like to add a link to your Jeep related site!
This site will change periodically, so check
back from time to time and see what's new...
or old!

ADVERTISERS: If you would like to advertise your Jeep, restoration, or off-road
products on this site, contact
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Rausch Creek Off-Road Park
Special Thanks to:
Glen Sanders of "Glen's Repair" in Westminster, MD for helping to make the Willys Jeep dream a
Thanks also to:
Bob Westerman for his technical advice, photos, and encouragement.
Jonathan George and the
CJ3A Page, the most thorough resource for CJ3A information.
And to Sheila for supporting the Jeep addiction!
"Before" photo
Check out "Old Yeller" on the cover of
the Kaiser Willys 2010 Catalog!

Be sure to check our our YJ Page!
(See how capable a few easy & inexpensive modifications
can make your retired daily driver!)  
Extreme Terrain's selection of Jeep parts will get you ready for your Wrangler restoration project!
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10th Annual Mason-Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering Winners!
October 23, 2016
Historic Union Mills Homestead
Westminster, MD 21158
2016 Winners
Annual Gettysburg Battlefield Tour
Annual Mason Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering
Best "Non-Jeep" Willys
Colli Leighton: Severn, MD
1967 Commando
Chairman's Choice
Chris Fleshren: Manasas, VA
1961 FC-170
Best CJ
Brain Jenkins: Hagerstown, MD
1946 CJ2A
Best Military Vehicle
Merlin Hanson: Westminster, MD
1941 MB
Best Work in Progress
Jonathan Gibson: Union Bridge, MD1947 CJ2A
It's Almost Here!
11th Annual Mason-Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering
Sunday October 22, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Join us at Historic Union Mills Homestead for a day of
vintage Jeeps & Military vehicles!
The event is open to all Willys & Kaiser Willys vehicles.
WW2 & Korean War era Jeeps, GPW's & military vehicles
are encouraged to attend!

Address: 3311 Littlestown Pike (MD-97 North)
Westminster, MD 21158

5 Trophies to be awarded!
  • Best Military Vehicle
  • Best CJ
  • Best Non-Jeep Willys
  • Best Work in Progress
  • Chairman's Choice

On Saturday the 21st, we will once again hold a Gettysburg
Battlefield tour, open to ALL Jeeps. We will meet at the
Gettysburg Outlet Shoppes at 12 noon, by the theater complex.
We will have a guided 3 hour tour. Everyone is welcome to join
us afterward, at Appalachian Brewing Company on Steinwehr
Ave. in Gettysburg, for good food & awesome craft beer!
Come on out and make it a weekend event!

Registration is free and there is no spectator fee!
Questions? e-mail us:
Weather Update for Oct. 22 & 23:
Partly to mostly sunny with temps in the low to mid 70's!