American Expedition Vehicles

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American Expedition Vehicles
Type Privately held company
Industry Automotive industry
Founded 1997
Founder(s) Dave Harriton
Headquarters

Missoula, Montana

Commerce Township, Michigan
Area served United States
Key people Dave Harriton (President), Michael Chetcuti (Owner), Michael Collins (Owner)
Products Pickup trucks, Aftermarket accessories, stamped steel off-road bumpers, off-road suspension systems, engine conversions, wheels , knives, T-shirts
Website

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American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) was founded in 1997 in Montana, USA, and is a manufacturer of off-road and overland vehicle parts and accessories as well as turnkey off-road vehicle packages. All AEV parts are designed and tested in Missoula, Montana, where the company's R&D facilities are located. In 2006, AEV expanded into Detroit, Michigan and established a corporate office, vehicle build facility, and warehouse there. Today, over 90% of their products are manufactured within 200 miles of Detroit.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12]

The company currently provides a range of complete Jeep Wrangler packages and accessories, manufacturing the industry's only stamped steel components for the JK Wrangler, along with a line of off-road-oriented suspension systems and wheels.

AEV works with Jeep on show cars and special edition versions, like the MW3: Call of Duty and Moab edition Wranglers that came direct from the factory with AEV front and rear bumpers and a special version of the AEV stamped steel heat reduction hood.

AEV exhibits in the US at auto shows, off-roading events, and their SEMA exhibit.

Automotive models[edit]

  • AEV Brute Double Cab DC250/DC350
  • AEV Wrangler JK200/JK250/JK350

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