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Imagine seeing the Nukizer in Chrysler Dealships? Even if they made the Nukizer a special order vehicle , and only built it as a pre-order vehicle, it would help Chrysler build it even more, feeling as they build to order, not so much money would be lost, which is their biggest concern with a project like the Nukizer. The vehicle would only get built after the application and paper work was approved , and a heavy cancellation fee , would help as well, to ensure every vehicle built , was already sold, no inventory to worry about. Then have selected dealerships across the united states to have one on hand for demo purposes only. I could be wrong , but I think the FJ Cruiser was liek that for 4 months before the inital assembly line roll off took place.

Awsome vehicle,, BUILD IT ALREADY ,, , CHRYSLER / JEEP,,,STOP TEASING US......LOL :rofl::rofl:,,,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Hello ParaCAD:
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Actually I did a pre-check, I could not figure out what I did wrong on the new thread I posted. I appreciate your help. By the way, What was wrong on my end. I hope the video was worth the confussion...lol

Thanks,
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lol..yea great video.

Just instead to EMBED a video from Youtube...oddly, don't copy the "EMBED" link, just copy the URL of the Youtube page at the top...WF will convert it embeded when you submit the post :D
 

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AEV will likely be the source for a Nukizer if you really want one. The only production difference will be that the roof isn't chopped and it would have a gas engine (you'd be able to upgrade to the Hemi of course).
 

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AEV will likely be the source for a Nukizer if you really want one. The only production difference will be that the roof isn't chopped and it would have a gas engine (you'd be able to upgrade to the Hemi of course).
I am surprised AEV is not jumping on the JK Jeeps as they did on the TJ's. Since the JK's are bigger, you would think they would have some BRUTE CONVERSION Kits.Even if it is only a fiberglass kit simialr to avengersuperchargers. Spoke to AEV recently, they really have no interest in the JK's as far as conversion kits. Surprised... When Chrysler comes out with whatever design Jeep Pickup, not everybody could afford another Jeep payment, so the run-off conversion kits would help people with their existing JK' Jeeps. Similar to what AEV did with the BRUTE Project for TJ's.

When the new Jeep pickup comes out, expect it to have a hefty price tag. Especially a truck like the Nukizer with a diesel. It would be close to a typical American HD Pickup Truck on the lots today. A typical Ford Superduty with a diesel starts at 37,000 or more in certain areas. With all the new technology on the new diesels, the cost of diesel engines have gone up drastically.
My 2 cents

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A guy that I know got to spend some time with the truck and test it out.
Here's a thread he did on it.

 

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Not for nothing ,but while the video was a great insight into what Chrysler is thinking of in the near future, the spokesman, was really not into the 4x4 community, if anything he looked very lost for words.....:zap::zap::zap:
Right. When I caught that, and it said something to me about Chrysler. When the people you pay to represent your products don't know the products, how can you really know what the people buying said products really want? Maybe I read too much into those things, but to the enthusiasts, you really need to be careful how you word things. At the end of the day, it's been the enthusiast that has kept the Wrangler alive all these years. The recent sales surge with the JK, then the subsequent flood of used JKs on the market will attest to that.
 
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