So where can you find a couple hundred Jeeps ranging from WWII-era Ford GPs to 2016 Wranglers on display? And where can you find a few dozen perfectly restored vintage or historically significant Jeeps ranging from the WWII era to the 21st century? Well, if you were at the inaugural Omix-ADA Jeep Heritage Expo at the company’s headquarters in Suwanee (on the outskirts of Atlanta), Georgia, on Saturday, July 16, 2016, you would have seen both.
Both, you might ask? Yes, both. Not only did the world’s largest independent manufacturer and wholesaler of Jeep parts and accessories open up its headquarters to the public for a day, and allow a couple hundred participants into the Omix-ADA Jeep Heritage Expo to stroll through its one-of-a-kind collection of restored vintage and historically important Jeeps, but you could also bring your own Jeep to the company’s parking lot and put it on display.