This Jeep-Lover is as Hardcore as Moab
DeVon Parson has a sense of commitment. He started going to Moab for the Easter Jeep Safari in 1975 and has returned every year since then.
Hollywood. Sand Storm. Hellnback. Those were some of the names of the rigs that showed up at the Covert Jeep dealership in Austin, Texas this past Saturday. Their owners gave them those names, but they wanted to earn their machines a title: winner of the Jeep Wrangler Best in Show competition.
Jeep might be a quintessential American company, but its vehicles are ready for action anywhere in the world.
At the end of this year’s “Mudfest,” members of the Northwest Automotive Press Association gave Jeep multiple awards, including the most coveted of the event: Northwest Outdoor Activity Vehicle of the Year.