Jeep Wrangler Terminator by Starwood Motors

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Starwood Motors has long been one of our favorite 4×4 customizers, and it looks like the Texas-based crew have another project up their sleeve as we head into the holiday season. Meet the Terminator.

The aptly titled vehicle is based on the beloved Jeep Wrangler, and was built to dominate any surface on the planet – from surface streets in the city to dirt trails in the backcountry. Powered by a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 complete with Borla headers and cat-back exhaust, this thing has a ton of get up and go. Other updates include new axles, axle housings with full trusses, axle sleeves, gusset kits, and a new Baer brake system to help you stop on a dime. The Dallas builders also tossed in 4.56 gears along with a Tom Woods custom driveshaft. While this specific Jeep will land in the arms of one lucky enthusiast, Starwood has plenty more beastly 4x4s to choose from. [Purchase]

Jeep Wrangler Terminator by Starwood Motors 2

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