1965 Kaiser Jeep Wagoneer By Icon 4×4

May 2, 2018

Category: Rides

If you appreciate automotive restorations and haven’t heard of Icon 4×4 by now, you’re likely in the minority – as this customization house makes some of the most breathtaking vehicles we’ve ever seen. Case in point: this 1965 Kaiser Jeep Wagoneer from their Reformer project.

The goal of this vehicle was to create the ultimate American family beach crusier; and, by god, we think they’ve done brilliantly. From its 6.2-liter E-Rod LS3 engine (capable of 440 horsepower) under the hood, to the quilted upholstery on its bench seats, to the wood inserts around the body, this off-road ready SUV screams Americana. The vehicle also underwent a full frame-off restoration, was fitted with new Brembo brakes and Fox shocks, and even got brand-spanking-new gauges and A/C vents in the cockpit that were inspired by the originals. Unfortunately, this gorgeous resto-modded Jeep is already spoken for by some very lucky so-and-so.

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