|05-07-2009 03:02 PM|
|05-06-2009 01:23 PM|
How about this TJ 98.
It was olive green before repainting her.
|04-22-2008 12:46 PM|
Stars of the Video:
The Jeep® Wrangler “Rubicon® King” was developed by the Mopar® Underground design team. Featuring a 3.8-liter V-6 engine, the “Rubicon King” premiered at the 2006 SEMA Show.
The Jeep® Wrangler “All-access” was developed by the Mopar® Underground design team. Painted “Surf Blue,” the “All-access” premiered at the 2007 SEMA Show.
The Jeep® Wrangler “J8 Sarge” was developed by the Mopar® Underground design team. The military version of the new JK platform built as a non-combat military support vehicle, The “J8 Sarge” premiered at Moab Jeep Safari 2008.
The Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon® was developed by the Mopar® Underground design team. Power comes from the 3.0-liter CRD diesel engine that pushes 230 horsepower and 390 lb.-ft. of torque. The “50K JK” premiered at the 2006 SEMA Show.
|04-22-2008 12:10 PM|
that is what I said!
Then in December of 2007!!!
You know how it goes.
|04-22-2008 10:31 AM|
|Dare2BSquare||Oh Honey, could I buy a new wrangler? I promise is will get a "stripped down" model. Just the bare bones.|
|04-22-2008 10:10 AM|
More info on the King
The Jeep JK Rubicon King is a purpose-built rockcrawler stripped of all creature comforts. “Basically, the vehicle is stripped of everything you don’t need. It’s stripped down for rock crawling. They even took the radio out,” said Mark Allen, senior manager of Jeep Truck Design Studio. In addition there is no rear seat and in it’s place is the spare tire mount. Suspension components are supplied by Superlift and achieve 4” of extra lift which allow fitment of the 37x12.5x17 BFGoodrich Krawler TA’s. Wheels are VERY TRICK custom Mopar – Hutchinson beadlocks, with wider fender flares to keep things street legal. An interesting feature is the American Expeditions heat reduction hood which is vented to help keep the motor cool. On the drivetrain side, parts have been carried over from the earlier Rubicons with the 4:1 ratio Rock-Trac transfer case and Tru-Lok equipped Dana 44 axles.
|04-21-2008 07:59 PM|
|04-21-2008 07:38 PM|
I like it!
I would drive this!
|04-21-2008 07:35 PM|
That orange one is the Rubicon King JK.
And that blue one is the All-Access JK.
I don't know anything about the yellow one of the Liberty.
|04-21-2008 07:28 PM|
|04-21-2008 05:20 PM|
|04-21-2008 04:49 PM|
The other video she is going to send me from Moab will be much cooler.
But I do like that Orange JK!
|04-21-2008 04:45 PM|
I got so dizzy waiting for something to happen that I threw up a little, in my mouth.....
|04-21-2008 04:40 PM|
Where's the indians?
OH, my bad, it's like NASCAR on sand.
|04-21-2008 03:34 PM|
Look what video I just came across
Here is a YouTube link sent to me from a friend of mine at Mopar.
I think they plan to put up a whole lot more!
Check this out !!!