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Thread: 2017 SEMA Synergy JKC-1 Jeepster Commando

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    2017 SEMA Synergy JKC-1 Jeepster Commando

    For those of you who know me, you know that I'm a sucker for old iron and have a special place in my heart for Jeepster Commandos. For the 2017 SEMA show, Synergy brought out this gorgeous 1971 C101 built on a JK frame and call it the JKC-1 as a tribute to the old SC-1. This just might be my favorite Jeep at the show.








































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    Wow, that is beautiful and built so well.

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    Beautiful. Can't ask for better steering angles than that.
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    Beautiful jeep! Love this one

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    agreed - this is one of the top 3 at show

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    Now that is a nice build. Just night and day over those unibrow monstrosities.

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    Beautiful clean build!


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    Now that is the true definition of Bad Ass, if I bend any more sheet metal on my JK ,I may just have to replace it with a Commando body.
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    Definitely the best of the show. Amazing
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    Wow Well would you look at that! Really cool build. Love the wood behind the seats


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