So much misinformation here. Let me clear up a few things for everyone:
The Wrangler Renegade was a limited production Jeep only made from 1991-1994. During those years, it was the most highly optioned Jeep made. Front disc brakes and the 4.0l injected motor was standard. As was the signature body kit which was added post factory by Auto Style Cars of Detroit along with full length pin-stripping and "RENEGADE" lettering on the doors.
The Renegades also received a label denoting their visit to Auto Style Cars which was attached to the door edge above the vin label.
The Renegade body kit is not made of fiberglass. It is made of Thermoplastic PolyOlefin (TPO) which is a semi flexible plastic similar to regular fender flares.
In the '90's several companies sold a fiberglass version of the body kit. This would make ordinary YJ's look like Renegades but true Renegades they still would not be.
A real Wrangler Renegade will have a numeral 5 or 6 in the 6th space of the vin#. No 5 or 6 then it's not a Renegade it's just a Wrangler with a Renegade body kit.
Other options available on the Renegade included Air conditioning, Automatic Transmission, premium Alloy wheels, and 4 speaker sound systems.
The Wrangler Renegade is a beach cruiser or an around town Jeep. It was never intended as a serious off road vehicle and the rarity of replacement body panels makes that fact even more evident today.