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1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara [YJ]

1993 Jeep Wrangler [YJ] in Jurassic Park, Movie, 1993 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: US

1993 Jeep Wrangler Sahara [YJ]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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drstone CH

2005-08-30 22:32

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Elles sont à l'honneur les Wrangler YG dans le film

antp BE

2005-08-30 22:50

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YG, ou bien c'est YJ avec faute de frappe ?

Carfan US

2006-06-25 03:38

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Shouldn't it deserve 4 stars because these are driven by different characters?

antp BE

2006-06-25 12:27

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Yes, it is well used.

cieraguy US

2006-09-08 07:57

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It's not the same jeep though

antp BE

2006-09-08 10:48

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No, they have at least three identical ones in the movie (and probably much more in the making of the movie...)

crossroads US

2006-10-26 21:55

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1993

G-MANN UK

2007-01-02 16:41

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Two Jeeps are used when to pick up the main characters when they arrive on the island by helicopter which leads to the scene where they first lay eyes on the Brachiosaurus.

Denis Nedry steals one when he tries to get to the port to deliver the stolen embryos, instead he gets lost, gets stuck in the forest and ends being eaten alive inside the Jeep by the Dilophosaurus.

Muldoon and Ellie Sattler use one to search for the others after the T-Rex attack, they find Malcolm then they escape from the pursuing T-Rex in the Jeep.

At the end of the film, after the T-Rex saves Grant, Ellie, Tim and Lex from the Raptors, Hammond and Malcolm arrive outside the visitor's centre in one and they retreat to the helicopter to escape the island.

So the Jeeps are pretty well used in the film.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-14 15:04:20

Neptune US

2007-01-02 16:43

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G-MANN wrote So the Jeeps are pretty well used in the film.


I agree…

G-MANN UK

2007-01-02 16:59

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God I loved this film as a kid, I remember it being really huge in 1993, and there was so much merchadise around, it's funny how you don't tend to notice all this kind of stuff as you get older, I played the Jurassic Park game on the Sega Mega Drive, and I still have the big "Making Of" book. Even today the specials effects for the T-Rex look as convincing as ever, since they used a combintion of CGI, full-size hydraulic models and minature modelwork, whereas nowadays far too many films just chuck in loads of (sometimes ropey) CGI, although it has come a long way since the early 90s, it still has some way to go before it looks 100% real.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-14 15:03:33

antp BE

2007-01-02 20:24

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The CGI of this movie were quite good, but they were also quite expensive. I agree that in recent movies CGI are often quite badly done.

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-01-02 20:58

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CGI is even one of the best even nowadays, its been more than ten years since then and they are incredible.

Neptune US

2007-01-06 02:58

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Here are some better detailed pictures of the 1993 Jeep Wrangler Saharas’ used in the movie. The interior views show the Jeeps are equipped with the "Sahara Edition" trim level package.

[Image: jeep3lz0.2579.jpg][Image: jeep4tk1.th.jpg][Image: jeep2mx9.1356.jpg][Image: jeep5ew5.th.jpg][Image: jeepsjl0.1702.jpg][Image: jeep6as6.th.jpg]

[Image: jeep8ed8.th.jpg][Image: jeep7qx2.th.jpg][Image: jeep9av4.6058.jpg][Image: jeep11fd9.th.jpg][Image: jeep10du1.8701.jpg][Image: jeep12se3.4725.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2007-01-06 03:03:23

gliffhanger NL

2007-01-06 10:38

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crossroads US

2007-01-06 18:44

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I liked the Jeeps with a square headlights like these the best.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-06 18:44:22

landrover1 AR

2007-11-09 16:35

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from www.jplegacy.org
and the next one is just a pic i've found the last days...
[Image: jurassicpark12bf2.9001.jpg]
obviusly, not all the pics i'll add will be the ford explorers...
this will sound weird, but this movie becomes a weird fettish to me

landrover1 AR

2007-12-10 22:59

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more pics
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-- Last edit: 2007-12-11 19:00:34

landrover1 AR

2007-12-11 22:43

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in fact i even have a fotolog based on this movie
http://fotolog.com/parquejurasicomz

landrover1 AR

2008-01-23 20:43

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more pics, finally

i have alot to post today

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iheartford27 US

2008-02-15 02:20

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werent the covered ones automatic and the uncovered ones manual??

echizen38 US

2008-03-04 08:08

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Actually they were all manual.

Bricklin1990 US

2008-03-11 03:51

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Don't they have the 4.0L I6 engine in them?

Bricklin1990 US

2008-03-11 03:52

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Notice that both the Jeeps & the Explorers have BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires on them.

iheartford27 US

2008-03-21 05:38

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are you sure they were cause if your look at the scene when nedry is sprayed by that dino and tries to get in his car....i think there is a column shifter on it....i can't get a picture of it but i hope the description helps

antp BE

2008-04-11 14:00

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A replica of the Jeep:
http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=2624060

SlovakInsurgent US

2008-06-30 02:16

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Why did they put an additional tail light on the Jeeps. If you look at the original tail light, there is another one right above it.

Q-Ball JP

2008-10-15 01:10

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yes why is there a pair of orange lights on them?

Dethmasheen AU

2009-01-08 11:03

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Does anybody recognize the font used for the inscriptions on the vehicles?

-- Last edit: 2009-01-13 11:22:20

Venomous Mink US

2009-04-18 18:54

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Lately, I've been wondering what the orange bar that wraps around the windshield was. When I took a look at Nedry's Jeep, it hit me. They're flood light mounts.

I also have a theory about the extra set of tail lights. Notice, in all the pics, the red til lights are never on. I can't speak for the break lights because it's been a while since I've seen the movie and I don't think any of the pictures have the Jeeps breaking. I think the dinos may be sensitive to the color red and a pair of bright red lights might scare them.

So, why paint the tops of the Explorers red? I've got that answered too. The Fords are battery powered (making them quiet) and run on a strict track. The Jeeps are gas powered (making them noisy) and roam wherever they please. Like I said, this is only a theory. :D

-- Last edit: 2009-04-18 18:55:06

cyrix9445 US

2009-05-26 02:49

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^^yep, the bar around the windshield is for lights, the lights mounted on top of the #12 Jeep are also motorized. Here is a replica Jeep I have made.

http://www.jurassicparkjeep.com/lights/lights7.JPG
http://www.jurassicparkjeep.com/lights/lights10.JPG
http://www.jurassicparkjeep.com/rain/rain6.JPG

-- Last edit: 2009-12-31 01:02:55

LaX 911 US

2009-06-10 03:06

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where did you get those lights. I have been searching forever

Venomous Mink US

2009-08-13 18:25

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You made that? That's awesome!!!

cyrix9445 US

2009-08-14 02:30

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^^yep, I made it. Thanks!

Venomous Mink US

2009-08-14 19:23

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As much as I love the Jeeps, the Explorers are still my favorite. Since no one has taken it upon themselves to replicate one, I would be happy to take one the challenge myself. Two problems:1. I have no prior experience with working on vehicles. 2. I currently do not have a '92,'93 Ford Explorer XLT in my possession. I have a will and nothing else. Any takers?

Venomous Mink US

2009-08-14 19:26

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By the way, check this out:
[Image: jpcarjeep.5576.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2009-08-21 16:27:33

Venomous Mink US

2009-08-21 02:47

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No way!! We live in the same state. I'll keep an eye out for you're Jeep when I'm in the area.

tonkaTRACKER US

2009-10-22 18:16

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Q-Ball wrote yes why is there a pair of orange lights on them?


They are called "Dust Lights" or "Collision Lights" white light reflects in the dust and red light gets absorbed but amber light cuts through the dust. It is the same theory as having amber fog lights.

Venomous Mink US

2009-10-22 18:20

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So, I was wrong?

cyrix9445 US

2009-11-20 17:12

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Anyone who's interested in building a Jurassic Park Jeep go to:

http://www.jurassicparkjeep.com/

jishwa US

2010-05-25 21:27

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One thing about the jeep: in the scene where Muldoon and Ellie are searching for survivors after the t-rex attack, you might notice that the roll bar is removed. It's pictured above with Malcolm in the wrangler. Not sure why this was if it was for any other reason than to create more danger when the t-rex is chasing them...I believe that's why. interesting to note though.

cieraguy US

2010-05-27 01:10

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For all the fans of this Jeep... check this link out. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2952718

buickgnx88 US

2011-10-26 20:48

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jishwa: I'm sure it was removed so they could do the scene where the Jeep smashes into the tree branch.

opal TH

2012-03-25 14:43

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[Image: jeep.1.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-03-26 17:43:27 (antp)

carsgalore78 US

2012-07-14 02:47

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it's a 1992 jeep wrangler sahara fully loaded in sand beige low gloss metallic

maxman CA

2012-12-21 11:07

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antp wrote No, they have at least three identical ones in the movie (and probably much more in the making of the movie...)


I think there were about 25 owned by the park.

2410 RU

2013-11-28 05:30

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jurassic park jeep 1/24 made of Tamiya plastic kit

[Image: 490fffd71d17.jpg]

Kowalski5599 CA

2014-06-19 01:35

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Check out this tribute to the Jurassic Park YJs by the aficionAUTO.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QzgukKrEtc

Check out their other videos too. They're well done.

CRAFT372 US

2015-03-10 14:58

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Kowalski5599 wrote Check out this tribute to the Jurassic Park YJs by the aficionAUTO.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QzgukKrEtc

Check out their other videos too. They're well done.

Nice I was going to post the same video myself but I guess that you beat me to it :) :) :)

Kooshmeister US

2015-07-15 15:42

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jishwa wrote Not sure why this was if it was for any other reason than to create more danger when the t-rex is chasing them...I believe that's why. interesting to note though.


The theory I've seen is because it alone among the four Jeeps seen is a utility vehicle and the lack of a roll cage (and indeed a backseat from what I can tell) is to have a completely open rear for cargo purposes. Though why InGen didn't just get a pickup truck is beyond me.

truckface NO

2016-06-06 20:29

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Kooshmeister wrote

The theory I've seen is because it alone among the four Jeeps seen is a utility vehicle and the lack of a roll cage (and indeed a backseat from what I can tell) is to have a completely open rear for cargo purposes. Though why InGen didn't just get a pickup truck is beyond me.


That particular jeep was the "vet -jeep". First spotted by Dr. Grant, parked next to the sick triceratops. It would make sense that Muldoon would use a vehicle that would contain medical equipment, when going on a rescue mission to find the surviors from the T-Rex encounter. It was lastly seen driven by Hammond, when leaving the island. :)
[Image: jurassicpark080jr3.2219.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2016-06-06 20:50:07

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