This is one of the nicest Jeeps on the road! I custom ordered this Jeep and it is number 232 to roll off the
production line in 2016. I was planning on keeping this Jeep forever, but our business is expanding and priorities
dictate a sale. There are a ton of upgrades and every upgrade has a functional use that nearly every Jeeper can
appreciate – no angry bird headlight covers here :) And there are only two mechanical upgrades: a K&N cold air
intake and a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust. No worries about a DIY installed lift. Want a lift? This Jeep has
everything else. Don’t want or need a lift? This Jeep still fits in the garage. I started this build by custom
ordering a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock the way this Jeep was meant to be built: 4.10 gears, a
six-speed manual transmission, and premium Sunrider soft-top. From there, I added all the upgrades listed below.
Nonsmoker. This Jeep has never been off-road and is in absolutely mint condition inside and out. Runs and drives
perfectly and is still covered by Jeep warranty. If you are looking for a top-of-the-line Jeep with all the bells
and whistles, this is it.
Gobi roof rack with all the available options and add-ons (quick release, dual rear ladders, 4 ratcheting tie
downs, removeable crossbars, and removeable front sunroof insert. The only rack that allows you to quickly tilt it
back to open and close the soft-top. I have the brackets to install a hi-lift jack as well and a kit for touch-ups
if you ever need it)
JW Speaker LED headlights, taillights, fog lights, turn signals (much brighter than stock)
K&N cold air intake (better MPG, HP, and sound)
Magnaflow cat-back exhaust (better MPG, HP, and sound)
Viper alarm with two-way 1-mile range remote and unlimited distance with phone app that includes ability to GPS
track vehicle, Bluetooth, and proximity sensors (proximity sensors can be turned on or off, when on, will alert you
if someone reaches inside the Jeep)
Warn Zeon 12-s winch with wireless control (best winch money can buy and fits beautifully in Rubicon Hard Rock
Maximus-3 stinger hoop (I had the idea that with a synthetic winch and this stinger hoop, I could winch my
heavy PA14 kayak up on the Gobi roof rack – ended up buying a trailer for our kayaks while waiting the 5 months
for my Gobi rack so I never tried, but the concept should work as the synthetic winch cable can wrap around the
hoop and over the rack without ever contacting the Jeep)
Cowl Covers (prevents the cowls from being damaged if the door swings all the way open with the door straps
Tuffy Driver lock box
Tuffy Passenger lock box
Tuffy Security Deck Enclosure (keeps trunk area locked even with top off and top opens or removes easily with
A-pillar mounted grab handles
Sunglass (or anything else) holders for each window seat
Roll-bar flashlight holder
Mopar door sill guards (prevents scratches when entering/exiting Jeep)
Molle Tailgate Storage (comes with two bags that hold a lot of gear)
Grill insert (protects radiator and looks much better)
Jeep 3rd brake light cover (ok, so this wasn’t a functional upgrade, but adds to the look)
Alien sunshade (great in the hot summer sun - not currently installed)
Off-road 13-inch antenna (functions great and looks much better than stock)
Jeep Jammock (hammock designed for Wranglers that mounts to roll bars - my daughter used once to watch
fireworks – fun)
Rear Mopar cargo liner with subwoofer cutout (rubber protects great and cleans with hose)
Soft-top care kit + zipper cleaner and lubricant
Trail anchor rails (really useful for strapping/bungying anything in the rear cargo area)
Windshield custom-fit reversible sunshade (blocks sun and reverse to help heat in winter)
Rugged Ridge black textured hood latches (no more hood shake on highway)
Rugged Ridge hood scoop (never installed)
Removeable mirrors for doors off (not currently installed)
Door hinge side steps (makes it easy to reach roof rack)
Vitamin Blue roof rack pads (great for protecting rack)
New Duralast platinum AGM battery late 2018 (great reserve power for accessories/winch)
Rod holders (I mounted these rod holder on the Gobi rack and they make transporting my 1-piece rods much easier
– they can be easily removed with no damage if you are not a fisherman/don’t have a need)
Dash cell phone mount (retains the storage tray, but adds a very secure cell phone holder to the dash)
WeatherTech in-channel window deflectors (much better than the ones that mount outside the window)
Soft-top window storage bag (keeps the rear windows protected when you remove them to put the soft-top down)
ARB Awning with Awning Room (attaches with Gobi mounts to Gobi rack and creates either a canopy or a tent)
K&N Cabin Air Filter
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Auto blogWed, 02 Apr 2014 09:32:00 EST
Jeep has an annual tradition of debuting wild, new concepts during its Easter Jeep Safari, and this year looks to be no different. The automaker has already confirmed two of the six vehicles for 2014 - the Cherokee Dakar (pictured above) and Wrangler Mojo. This year's event runs in Moab, Utah, from April 12-20.
There are no official details about either of the concepts yet - Jeep will release more info on the new models next week. Judging by the pictures, though, the Cherokee Dakar appears to be lifted with some knobby off-road tires. The Wrangler Mojo looks to have a bulging hood that might hide a more powerful engine underneath.
Past vehicles at the Easter Jeep Safari have included a Hemi V8-powered Wrangler, a classically inspired pickup and modernized Jeep Forward Control. Since this is the brand's chance to express itself every year, hopefully it has some more sensational concepts up its sleeve. Scroll down to read the little information that has been revealed about this year's models so far.
Earlier this month, a very significant Jeep was celebrated at the Toledo North Assembly plant. No, it wasn't the upcoming reincarnation of the Jeep Cherokee, but instead it was a 1943 Willys MB that visited the Toledo grounds where it had been built exactly 70 years ago to the day.
Of course, the actual building where the MBs rolled off the assembly line before heading to Europe for World War II no longer exists, but that didn't stop Italian owner Vittorio Argento from having the vehicle shipped to the US to make its trek back to its birth place. According to Chrysler, Argento's MB is still 95-percent original and it drove 1,000 miles from New Jersey to Toledo.
The whole adventure was chronicled on a blog aptly named A Jeep Comes Home. Scroll down for a brief video from Chrysler and for some photos of the Toledo visit and be sure to read more at Argento's blog.
If you've noticed that there have been more recalls than usual this year, you may be on to something. According to a report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the US market is on pace to break a record for recalls. In 2013, 22 million cars were recalled. We're only a third of the way through 2014, though, and we've already halved that figure, with 11 million units recalled. That's wild.
Considering the past few months, it shouldn't be a surprise that General Motors is leading the charge, with six million of the 11 million units recalled coming from one of the General's four brands. Between truck recalls, CUV recalls and the ignition switch recall, 2014 hasn't been a great year for GM.
Other recall leaders include Nissan (one million Sentra and Altima sedans), Honda (900,000 Odyssey minivans), Toyota (over one million units in a few recalls), Volkswagen (150,000 Passat sedans), Chrysler (644,000 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs) and most recently, Ford (434,000 units, the bulk of which were early Ford Escape CUVs). So while it's been a bad year for GM so far, its competitors aren't doing too well, either.