It is definitely very iconic. Wranglers in general definitely are but TJs especially just seem to be something that even someone who knows nothing about cars will recognize. Mines gotten complimented by quite a few people who aren't Jeep people or even car people. There's just something about them that's so perfectly late 90s/early 2000s.I will say though that I think the TJ is already a classic.
Yes, at 25 years of age they can be registered as a “classic car” in most states. In fact the 97 TJ is already there.
Keep in mind that classic doesn’t necessarily mean valuable. I will say though that I think the TJ is already a classic.
The only one we can get like that in Colorado is somewhat more restrictive.Have you seen some of stuff running Historic Plates in AZ? '97 and older now can run them. A '97 Mazda 626 is not an Historic vehicle.
In the same vein as 60's muscle cars? No.I’ve been curious if TJs will ever reach classic status ...
Future generations will look upon the TJ the way we look on the Model T.... and I wonder if future generations will look upon the TJ as people look upon the CJs now I’m genuinely curious what you guys think
I’ve been curious if TJs will ever reach classic status and I wonder if future generations will look upon the TJ as people look upon the CJs now .
- They made close to 1MM of them, so spare parts will be available forever...