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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 15:03

New AEV Apparel

AEV is proud to announce the release of our all-new apparel line-up. These designs are not your standard boring logo t-shirts and are sure to grab the attention of Jeepers everywhere. We have switched to a softer, high quality athletic cut t-shirt that is proudly made in the USA. Our 100% cotton t-shirts not only provide a modern fit, but are also made to hold up well over time.

AEV shirts are a great gift idea for AEV fans and Jeep enthusiasts alike. All shirts are in-stock and ready to ship, so beat the rush and order yours today!

Wednesday, 25 July 2012 10:58

AEV Featured in the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal's Joseph White recently spent some time with AEV as well as with one of our customers. He came away with a good idea of where AEV stands in the Jeep Wrangler aftermarket industry.

"Mr. McConnell used to drive a Hummer H2, a hulking truck that got about 11 miles to the gallon. Now that Hummer is extinct, Mr. McConnell has moved on to a vehicle that is both more exclusive and more practical: A black, 2011 Jeep Wrangler made over by American Expedition Vehicles of Wixom, Mich."

We strive to offer a superior product that not only offers American made reliability, but thoughtful design that works with the iconic look of the JK Wrangler.

Click here to read the full article

 

There's no lack of press coverage when it comes to our Brute line of Wrangler conversions. Over the years the TJ Brute has been featured in hundreds of articles and since the Brute Double Cab was unveiled at SEMA 2011 it has also seen an incredible amount of press coverage in anticipation of it's late 2012 release. That said it is always a pleasant surprise when a smaller, more personal blog does a feature on our vehicles. This time around we find ourselves landing on Gamma Nine's "Lust List".

"Our favorite design feature with the AEVs is the restraint the designers use in fabricating them. There's a minimal elegance to them; a perfect cohesion of stock-looking parts and subtle custom detailing that really separate them from other aftermarket fabricators."

Click here to read the full article and check out the rest of the Gamma Nine blog. It features beautiful travel photography, well written stories and product reviews aimed at people who want the best performance from their travel gear.

Special thanks to Expedition Portal for tipping us off to this great blog!