Vintage Jeep Cherokee resto-mod enchants with unique paint, Levi's upholstery, and a hefty $195,000 price tag
The stunning Bordeaux Metallic colour combined with brown and beige stripes and the "Golden Hawks" badge indeed make an impressive sight. It's easy to acknowledge how the boxy SJ generation body has aged dignifiedly. The inclusion of BF Goodrich tyres complements the overall look quite harmoniously.
The interior is equally compelling; You'll find upholstery crafted from Levi's jeans, enhanced with leather patches and a metal dashboard. A combination that's both tasty and classy.
Interestingly, the JeepHeritage team decided to stick with the original 5.9l V8 engine instead of opting for a modern replacement. However, they replaced the carburettor with a more efficient fuel injection system. The brakes, too, have been modernized (now disk brakes), and the exhaust has been replaced to highlight the V8's capabilities better.
This specimen boasts a rust-proof frame. The differentials and gearboxes have undergone refurbishment and now work as if they were fresh off the assembly line.
Since its rejuvenation treatment, this Jeep has covered approximately 2,000 miles and is looking for a new owner. If you've got your heart set on this "new" Jeep, be ready to put a considerable dent in your wallet- the company's asking price is an astonishing 195 thousand dollars, and there's already a four-year-long waiting list.