Lot #30 - This custom Jeep Liberty was built by Daimler-Chrysler Jeep, located in Auburn Hills, Michigan, to commemorate the terrible tragedy and loss of life we Americans suffered on September 11, 2001. The Jeep Liberty was chosen because of its name. The Liberty was made on September 11th. It is loaded with all options. This Liberty was then sent to Baltimore, Michigan for art work. The artist, Dan Carpenter of New Baltimore, Michigan has 25 years experience painting custom vehicles. He spent approximately 100 hours creating this work of art with acrylic urethane automotive paint so that it will be just as durable as the original factory paint. It has a hand-painted eagle on the hood, and the American flag waving down each side. The stars and stripes motif can also be found in the leather seat bottoms and backs. This custom Jeep Liberty was then placed for auction on eBay's "Auction for America" by Jeep, along with the artwork by Dan Carpenter. The proceeds then went to the Twin Towers fund.
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