Over the last several decades, Pennsylvania’s Quadratec has emerged as the world’s largest Jeep aftermarket parts and accessories purveyor, though with 2021 marking the 30th anniversary of the company, the West Chester firm has opted to celebrate the occasion via the debut of an elaborate one-off Jeep Wrangler build.
Largely inspired by the 1989 Jeep Wrangler YJ Sahara owned by Quadratec’s founder Ted Wentz II, this ruggedized Wrangler now features a custom YJ front-end conversion, a period-correct rear bumper with bumperettes, a long-travel suspension kit with Falcon 3.5 Adapt Shocks, Quadratec CJ Retro Wheels shod in 37” Mickey Thompson Baja Boss Tires, QRC Side Armor Guards and tubular doors, Rock Slide Engineering Fender Flares made from 11-gauge aluminum, a MasterTop Bimini Top, heated 3,200-lumen LED Projector Beam Headlights supplemented via Quadratec 6” Round LED Auxiliary Lights each generating 5,000 lumens. Inside, the one-off Wrangler’s been gifted a modern navigation and media center with a 9” touchscreen, custom Corbeau Trailcat seats outfitted with Overland Outfitters’ Seatback bags, Quadratec Ultimate All-Weather Floor Liners, and a special-edition Grizzly cooler. To learn more about the project you can check out Quadratec’s website linked below.
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