VWerks Red Jacket Jeep Wrangler

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Jeep Wrangler was made for off road excursions, and the Michigan based VWerks is bringing the iconic vehicle back to its roots with VWerks Red Jacket Jeep. The custom builder has collaborated with Red Jacket Firearms to develop a mind blowing vehicle that is ready to take on any terrain.

This thing has been completely revamped, and equipped for battle. For starters the rear section of the once 4 door Jeep Wrangler has been chopped and substituted for a 50 inch pickup bed. Throw on some massive tires, a huge lift, a Kicker stereo system, luxury amenities like leather interior and you have a truck that’s ready for anything you can throw at it. Did we mention the paint job costs $40,000?

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