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    Been Around the Block allwhitejeeps's Avatar
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    Wild Boar Offroad???

    I don't know if I am posting in the right category or if this should be in the burn it with fire thread, but has anyone seen videos the jeeps wild boar offroad had at Sema?? They had jeeps with six wheel drive and in one they bought a hellcat and took the engine and put it in the jeep! And if anyone has the "bright" idea of buying one of them it is only 350k...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfvURA8nc6E
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    Not sure what is worse. That ugly-ass grill, or the hideous bumper. Bleh!!!! Even with the crazy engine it has, it doesn't do anything for me. There's my 0.02

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    Nothing but a Thing highoctane's Avatar
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    Their stuff has always ben pretty hideous. Them and Starwood must have some sort of weird competition going on who can build the most expensive (in their opinion) and gaudy JKs around.
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