If you are a âdo-it-yourselfâ or âhands-onâ type of guy or even not, you will be able to appreciate the Scrambler you are about to look at. This vehicle was built with new parts, even frame and body tub were not an old or rusted model. It is a new 2013 completed vehicle! Titled and insured (stated value) as a 1984 CJ8 Scrambler in Virginia and drive on the street with an antique plate. Was custom built professionally by Davis Off-Road, Low Range Off-Road and Up & Over Off-Road. 6.0LS motor rebuilt by Pacific Fabrication with electric fan, custom exhaust and intake all dialed in with painless harness. This is mated to a 4L60E rebuilt transmission by Pacific Fabrication with a 3.8 Atlas Tcase and 2.7 Northwest Fab blackbox doubler. With the 4.56 gears and Detroit lockers in the custom HP Teraflex axles (chromo shafts 35 spline) you have a final crawl ratio of 128:1 in low, low. TDK frame, new body, best top full soft-top, custom interior and dash, Corbeau XRS suspension seats, Lizard Skin undercoating and Line-X interior. Fully custom 4 link suspension with 12" rear King Coil overs on all four corners and tender springs tuned by Off-Road Evolution and Teraflex. All body armor, bumpers, skid plates and full roll cage by Poison Spyder. Rides on ATX slab bead lock wheels with 39.5 Iroks with a spare. Misc.- Warn 9.5 winch with remote, full soft doors, iPod hookup to Marine amp, SS brake lines, new wiring harness, locking slide out Tuffy box, S-Pod 6 bank switch kit for fans, PSC hydro kit with cooler, lights and stereo. All hardware is SS or grade 8.This is only a beginning example of what this vehicle has, parts list is included (pictures shown) that exceeds the asking price in parts alone and not including the 25-30K in labor for this build. All projects start off great and with a goal in mind, most never get to completion or blow the budget so far out it would make you faint. Trailer to fit (shown) is also available for an additional 2k. Call for more details! No expense spared doesn\'t even begin to describe this Scrambler!