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Green River Valley Jeepers Club Plaque **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $500 (best offer accepted).

The Green River Valley Jeep Club launched in 1965. It was a well-known club, especially since the Brooks were heavily involved in the PNW4WDA. I vividly remember the last Green River Valley Jeepers playday I attended (likely due to the kissing of a girl). I was a newly temp-licensed driver, so was 15 years old (so 1980). It was held just north of Enumclaw along some power lines; No doubt the area is surrounded by homes now. But, back then, it was rocks and mud and water holes.

“Old & Original. We believe this to be one (1) of only two (2) known signs handmade by the club’s founder 50yrs ago (circa 1970s).”

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4 Comments on “Green River Valley Jeepers Club Plaque **SOLD**

  1. Konwakiton

    i kissed a girl and i liked it — 1965 , i kissed shirley ca***ra in the back seat of a 1951 willys overland model 473 wagon 2wd , in an alley in los gatos , cal — what ever happened to shirley ? i know i still have a door and the rear axle assembly from the 51 , but shirley is M.I.A ?

  2. Troy

    I think I remember going to that play day. It wasn’t a long drive from home and on the power lines. I was 10 at the time

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Bill: Thanks. That was a quick sale!

    Troy: If I remember correctly, the dirt road under the power lines was the main access to the events, with events occurring on either side of the power lines. I remember camping in a tent with Tim and Steve Carter. I vaguely remember Bob Brooks manning a big dozer.

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