Here's the machine for someone who wants to turn the key and immediately turn heads everywhere. After all, the re-introduced Jeep Gladiator pickup is still a while away from hitting dealerships, but this 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has been customized to have a real truck bed. So you get a loaded example that people will be constantly mistaking for a brand new 4x4 Jeep truck!
This is a cool custom that looks like the factory built it. After all, you have a late-model Jeep with bright white paint and shining factory alloys. Even the roof and doors remain removable. This is a one-owner truck that cost $40k when new and then nearly another $20k was invested to turn this into a custom pickup. The work was performed by Michigan Vehicle Solutions – experts in creating Wrangler trucks. So this is far more than just putting a wall behind the passenger seat. This is a full custom process that includes a 15-inch extension of the Jeep, new color-match steel body panels, steel bed floor, spray-in bedliner, and a custom drop-down tailgate. And yes, you read this correctly, it's an all-steel construction – so this Jeep is a true work-ready pickup. And it can really get the job done everywhere from the trail to the boat ramp thanks to the tall 4x4 prowess, built-in bed steps, and proper trailer hitch on the rear.
The interior is the premium Sahara edition, and so it has great Buskin tan leather seats that look like sand from the dunes. And while Jeeps have a ready-for-anything attitude, this modern Wrangler is also loaded to make sure you're never roughing it. That means power windows, power locks, keyless entry, cruise control, dual front air bags, side air bags, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with touchscreen interface that runs everything from satellite radio to Bluetooth. Best of all you have heated front seats and cold-blowing modern air conditioning. So you can dial-in your level of comfort even when this Jeep is open to the world.
The 3.6-liter V6 is a terrific fuel-injected heart for this 4x4. In fact, the 3.6-liter Pentastar motor is still the top-dog in the Wrangler lineup today. This produces 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft or torque, and the motor can be used to the fullest for the street or trail thanks to a versatile five-speed automatic transmission. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case and Bridgestone Dueler A/T tires are great for off-road work. But the power steering and four-wheel disc brakes also mean you know it's easy driving in the city, too.
The sale come complete with the original window sticker, dealer invoice, maintenance records, and pickup conversion receipt. This is a cool custom Jeep that previews what you cannot yet get from the dealers, and it also saves you thousands $$$$ over what an example as loaded as this will cost. Don't miss out, call today!