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Thread: 2014 SEMA Lifted Off Road - Starwood Motors

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    Been Around the Block Dune Crawler's Avatar
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    The brute jeep looks good. Probably around 100k range knowing SW

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    Caught the Bug HeadShrinkerMD's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by seanb123 View Post
    I don't actually hate the double cab. The superchargered 7.0 might have something to do with it. Wonder what the cost is for that one
    I know this is bumping an old thread, but they want $239,000 for the 7.0L brute. It is on their website. LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeadShrinkerMD View Post
    I know this is bumping an old thread, but they want $239,000 for the 7.0L brute. It is on their website. LMAO
    Just saw it tonight in Moab. Sounds great but the rest of the rig is probably a pile of shit.
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