Jeep has a long history of assembling vehicles in countries outside of the US.
India's Mahindra & Mahindra's first venture into automotive manufacturing was building Willys Jeeps. The M&M Thar is still very close to CJ styling. http://www.mahindrathar.com/Default.aspx
Pars Khodro built CJs and YJs in Iran.
Arab American Vehicles has built Jeeps in Egypt since the 70s.
Beijing Automobile Works made YJs and TJs and still produces vehicles based on the XJ and TJ.
Mitsubishi built CJs in Japan from the 50s to the 90s.
Willys Brazil made CJs was bought out by Ford, who still made the CJs.
I'm happy, just so long as they keep building them in the US.
2005 Astro (Gandalf) - AWD, 4.3L, 3.42, 140k+ miles
1997 Astro (Grumpy - $250 Rally Van) - AWD, 4.3L, 3.42, LSD, 2" lift, 31" tires, 335k+ orig engine, $30 eBay fuel pump
2016 Patriot (MaK - Her Jeep) Painfully stock
1980 KE100 (Bessie) - 100cc of fury