American Expedition Vehicles

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American Expedition Vehicles
Privately held company
Industry Automotive industry
Founded 1997
Founder Dave Harriton
Headquarters

Missoula, Montana

Commerce Township, Michigan
Area served
North America & Caribbean Region
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

www.aev-conversions.com Twitter Facebook

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American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) was founded in 1997 in Montana, United States, 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 pickup
  • AEV Brute Double Cab DC350
  • AEV Filson Edition Brute Double Cab
  • AEV Wrangler JK200/JK250/JK350
  • AEV Filson Edition Wrangler
  • AEV Prospector
  • AEV Prospector XL

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