Nightstalker Jeep by Starwood Motors

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

The guys at Starwood Motors are some of the best in the business (if not the best) when it comes to building zombie-ready Jeep Wranglers. We last took a look at there at their Full Metal Jacket build, and just when we thought nothing could top that, the Dallas base team unveiled the equally impressive Nightstalker Jeep.

All of the essentials are there. You know, the ultra-solid Kevlar body panels, ready to tackle any terrain suspension, bucket seats with harnesses, top notch Alpine audio sound system, but this thing was really built with the intention to attack after the sun sets. Gaining its name from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR), this off-road machine has been draped in a night-blended camouflage pattern (courtesy of the guys at Kryptek), and has been outfitted with a handful of night-ready technology. Technology like the U.S. Night Vision built ATAC 360-degree thermal camera mounted on the the roof, or how about the Baja Designs infrared lighting system to ensure that no one sees you coming? This thing has it all – badass looks with the performance and technology to match. [Purchase]

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