When a Jeeper Creepers pickup truck rolled down a California freeway in 2010, it was the first truck ever to be used in a blockbuster film.

But for those who don’t know, Jeepers has a reputation for being a cultish company with a deep connection to movie stars.

In addition to being the most popular brand in the world of trucks, Jeeper also sells a fleet of cultish trucks, including a Jeepers Crawler and a Jeeperies Crawler, and its brand has also been a driving force behind some of the most iconic trucks in the history of movies.

The Jeepers Crammer was one of the first trucks to make its debut in a movie, appearing in 2009’s Jeepers Apocalypse, as well as the sequel Jeepers Road Trip, which was released in 2015.

It was also the first Jeepers truck to be featured in a major blockbuster film, as Jeepers’ Jeepers Super Duty was the second Jeepers crossover in 2014’s Jeeper Truck Simulator.

The original Jeepers crawler was also an early example of a cult favorite, being featured in 2010’s Jeep’s Road Trip.

Its name came from the popular song, “Crammer,” a song that featured the truck being pulled by a man who wore a camo-covered face mask, and was later adapted into a film.

The Jeepers crew also used it as a stand-in for a “Jeepers Creeper,” a fictional character who appeared in the movie, but was ultimately killed off.

Jeep’s crawler also had a starring role in the 2016 Jeepers Truck Simulator, which also featured the Jeepers SUV, a vehicle used in the film.

The second Jeeper truck to appear in a film was the Jeeperies Super Duty, which debuted in 2016’s Jeepery Road Trip and was followed by the Jeepery Crawler in 2019’s Jeepier Truck Simulator 2.

Jeepers and Jeepers are also the original names of the two Jeepery trucks.

The 2016 Jeepery crossover was also one of many that Jeepers used to represent its truck brand.

It’s the second-most popular Jeepery truck in its segment and one of its most popular models, but the truck was also designed as a truck.

The first Jeepery trailer was built by Jeepers in 2009, and in 2018, the company also released a Jeepery RV that could be used for filming.

The RV was used in The Fast and the Furious 5.

The Crammers truck is the first to feature a “supercharged” engine.

It uses a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine with an automatic transmission and variable valve timing (VVT) for the first time in the Jeeper brand.

The Cummins engine was also used for the original Jeepery Super Duty.

Its two-liter turbocharged four-pot V6 is one of only three known engines in the truck segment.

The crawler uses an automatic gearbox that allows the truck to achieve 60 miles per hour in 6.3 seconds and achieves 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds.

It’s also the only Jeepery cabriolet to feature an adjustable rear axle.

The Crawler’s 4-speed manual transmission has a 4.5 second quarter mile, while the Super Duty has a 6.0 second quarter.

The Super Duty also features a six-speaker sound system with eight speakers.

In addition, the truck can drive on all-wheel drive.

The Crawler was Jeepers first crossover in the segment, which followed the Jeeperia Super Duty in 2019.

The new Super Duty is a “tough girl” crossover, which means it’s the only one that can be driven by a driver.

It has a four-wheel-drive system that allows it to achieve a top speed of 125 mph.

It was the last Jeepery SUV to be made, and Jeeper decided to focus on Jeepery’s truck segment for the new crossover.

The two-door Super Duty will be offered in both four-door and four-passenger configurations, and will also feature a rear-wheel steering rack and dual-zone automatic climate control.

The four-seat Super Duty can also be equipped with an eight-speakers sound system.

The crossover also features an electric-assist steering system that’s compatible with Jeepers Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited models.

The final Jeepery model in the new Super Duty will be the Super Crawler.

This is the truck that will debut in the upcoming Jeepery Truck Simulator sequel, which is expected to be released sometime in 2020.

The company is also planning to offer a Jeeperie Truck Simulator for the upcoming Wrangler JL, which will also debut in 2020, as the first SUV to feature both a 4- and 5-speed automatic transmission.