Brady Peck

Brady Peck

BRADY PECK
(Oldest Brother)
 
         As a youngster, Brady was always the garage project instigator. From a very young age he always wanted to build things. At 12 years old he sat down with his mom and talked about ways to earn money and came up with the idea to watch for a deal on a Jeep. The idea was to buy it and either fix it or sell all the parts off of it to make a profit. He borrowed $1900 from his Grandpa, who also loves jeeps, and bought his first Jeep project. Brady worked on it, got it running, drove it up and down the driveway about a hundred times and ended up parting it out. He did that once more and then bought his first CJ7. After the first trip with it, he decided that it needed a V8 and dana 60's. Brady bought, parted out, sold, and traded Jeeps throughout his teen years, he not only prioritized paying his grandpa back, but had also earned every dollar to pay for a Jeep outright and owned it for years. 
     
        Brady and his brothers come from a long line of Jeepers. Their grandpa, uncles, dad and even great grandpa owned and loved Jeeping. They've grown up on the trails and have gained a genuine love for the outdoors and "Jeep hobby." Brady drove his dads Jeep on his very first Moab, UT obstacle at only 8 years old and grew up watching Rick Russell Jeep videos with his dad, uncles, brothers and grandpa. 
         At 14 years old, Brady built his first custom roll cage from scratch, as well as accomplished his first ,"complete V8 motor swap." Well before he even had a drivers license, he and his parents drove all over Utah, Idaho, Colorado and Wyoming to buy jeep parts. By the time Brady was 18, he had completely taken apart everything on a jeep right down to the last bolt and successfully put it back together. Also at 18, he was thrilled to drive his self built Jeep and conquer Moab's Potato Salad Hill, while the year previous he blew a head gasket on his way there and never got to try it. 
        Currently, Brady is 27 and happily married. He has helped start, and run a successful custom home building company and is building his own second home. He continues to love Jeeps and plans to carry on the off-road traditions with his own family. He and his brothers dream of the day when the Peck Brothers Off-Road brand is recognized throughout the world. All three brothers are excited to bring the off-road community something that its never seen before. 
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