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The “Patriotic” Jeep Liberty Limited That Was Part Of Jeep Post 9/11 History:

The “Patriotic” Jeep Liberty Limited That Was Part Of Jeep Post 9/11 History:​

Unique Jeep KJ, Honored The Victims Of 9/11...​


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On September 11th, 2001, what we knew as the United States of America changed forever. In the weeks after the tragedy that killed almost 3,000 innocent people, the country came together. American flags were displayed everywhere to show the support and the togetherness that the country had. There was hardly a house, school, business, and even cars that didn’t have an American flag flying from them.

One of the most recognized showings of support from the auto industry at the time was the sight of a few Jeep® vehicles that were customized with American flag livery and displayed outside the Toledo Assembly Plant (home to then, the all-new 2002 Jeep Liberty (KJ) and the iconic 2002 Jeep Wrangler (TJ). In fact, there were two “patriotic” themed Jeeps that were created to be on display. But not many people, know the story of how they came to be.

 
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