The Jeep nation was strong this past weekend as 700+ Jeeps converged on York, Pennsylvania for the 18th Annual All Breeds Jeep Show. This annual event hosted by the PA Jeeps Club totes an assortment of Jeep vehicles from early Willys and restored classics, daily drivers and diesel-powered JKs. The 2-day show started Saturday morning and ran through Sunday late afternoon with numerous events to keep the whole family entertained. Many came and filled the fairgrounds to show off their Jeeps, while others came looking for a deal on some hard to find parts at the swap meet. RC Jeeps and rock piles popped up throughout the grounds while many put their Jeeps to the test by taking on the onsite obstacle course set up and managed by Rausch Creek Offroad Park staff. As always vendors arrived in droves to to talk to customers and show off new products. Carter and Bryce from BDS Suspension were on hand all weekend with Project KJ to talking to customers, answering questions, and telling “war stories” from the 2013 Ultimate Adventure.
The weather was hot and humid with the occasional breeze to cool off the event. As always the kudos to all the volunteers from the PA Jeep Club for putting on a great event. The success of this show is evident by the continual growth in participants as well vendor support. This continues to be one of our favorite events to attend each year and one we keep slated on our calendar each year.
To see more from the event, check out the photo album on the BDS Facebook Page.