Each year, the vast majority of major manufacturers and aftermarket outfits use the annual SEMA Show to debut their latest and greatest custom builds. One such project is this heavily-kitted, spare-no-expense Jeep Gladiator overland build that, after being featured at SEMA, has now been listed on eBay.
This insanely well-equipped Gladiator benefits from an enormous slew of upgrades both inside and out. This includes KMC KM233 Hex Beadlock forged and machined wheels, Toyo AT tires, a Rebel Off-Road roof rack, bed rack, and bed rails, a custom two-piece drive-shaft, a pair of Pelican cargo boxes, Pelican handgun and camera cases, mounted Rotopax gas and water packs, Maxxtraxx recovery boards, a 15,000-lb winch, Baja designs LED auxiliary lights, a 5” lift kit, and a roof-top tent. The aft-end of the truck has also been bestowed with a motorcycle carrier that now houses a Rokon Trail Breaker.
The interior of the Jeep has received an equally involved transformation, with a Midland CB radio, PRP Comp leather and suede off-road race seats, a slew of Pelican items, and a plethora of gear-mounting racks and boards. In total, nearly $160,000 has been invested into the build, with $56,000 allotted for the price of the new donor truck, over $85,000 in parts, and around $18,000 in labor, installation, and paintwork — and that’s before considering any of the project management, legwork, and research that went into bringing this ambitious overlander to life. After being displayed at SEMA, the rig also spent another six months being further tuned and dialed in, now standing as a bonafide professional-grade overlander and off-roader.
This SEMA-shown 2020 Jeep Gladiator-based overland rig is available now on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $137,500. The sale also includes an optional fully-restored matching Rokon 2×2 Trail Breaker motorcycle for an additional $8,500.