Wrangler Rio Grande
Air, 6r80 transmission auto with paddle shift
My YJ started life as a mostly beach cruiser we'd take to haul our toys, camp etc. It's our 3rd Jeep. It's the last vehicle my Dad and I worked on before he passed 3 years ago. I drove it daily for a year after, then our son got the better of it and i used it as an excuse to transform it. That's where it is now, being build. If you don't like it, keep it to yourself. I love it. It's one of one. #coyoteYJ
1995 Wrangler Rio Grande YJ (Black)
5.0 Coyote, CAI, custom headers
Corbeau Suspension seats front and rear. My wife insisted they be heated if we are able to take it out west to Moab as planned...so they're heated. Also, set of new auto meter gauges bc of course, the old analog wouldn't work with the new digital set up.
Black, Metal Cloak fenders all steel original body. No rust., front bumper (xrc if I recall, it's pictured same going back on it) and a Barricade Winch i'm telling myself that I don't have to replace with a Warn Zeon... I don't right? It's fine..it's fine...$$$ I think we'll call this YJ money pit!
Boss audio w blue tooth connect, small amp and sub and sound pods all waterproof. It's Florida, it will get wet eventually.
Rubicon express 4" and 2" body
Wheel and Tire
37" Maxxis Treps on Fuel Revolvers