Jeep has a history ferrying around heads of state. Some of the most iconic shots of Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower were taken while they were sitting in Jeeps.
So it didn't seem too strange when Democrat Tom Wolf crisscrossed Pennsylvania in his 2006 blue Jeep Wrangler as he campaigned to become governor.
The Jeep became a rolling prop in Wolf's bid to oust incumbent Republican Tom Corbett, and now -- like Wolf -- it is going to Harrisburg as the governor-elect's "official" vehicle.
Wolf told Harrisburg TV station WHTM this month that he'll continue to use the two-door for his official duties, although he has to hand over the driving responsibilities to a Pennsylvania State Police trooper.