The latest issue of 7 magazine has landed, and it celebrates 75 years of Jeep®, from the military to off-roading.
In theme of celebrating all things Jeep, 7 magazine meets Brandt Rosenbusch, the curator of the Walter P Chrysler Museum. He tells the story of how after a brief career as a policeman he joined the family business in conserving Chrysler’s history. Brandt’s father made the bold move of hiding the company’s vehicle collection for the sole purpose of exhibiting its history, making the family a household name.
To guide us through the history of these off-roaders, the issue has unique Jeep timeline. Highlighting significant points in the brand’s history, and the gradual development of the vehicles themselves – including collectable makes such as the Station Wagon and Wagoneer, and icons such as the Wrangler. Separately, we also took a look at some famous people of merit who owned Jeeps and became champions of the brand.
Fanatic Marlyse Gorissen explains how she became a full-time Jeep enthusiast. Alongside owning a Wrangler and a Commander and working for a company that sells and fits parts for Jeep vehicles, she is also an instructor at Jeep Academy Belgium. Her devotion to the brand doesn’t stop there and it has taken her across the globe.
7 magazine is distributed to Jeep Owners Group members throughout Europe, and is translated into seven languages. If you’re a Jeep owner, make sure you join the group to receive the magazine, and extra member benefits including merchandise, special offers, exclusive events and more.
For more information about the Jeep Owners Group, and how to join, click HERE.