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Thread: 2017 SEMA Cargo Glide Toxic Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited

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    2017 SEMA Cargo Glide Toxic Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited

    If there was ever a time when a unibrow could look good or at least, appropriate on a Jeep JK Wrangler, it would be on thematic rig like the one Cargo Glide brought out to the 2017 SEMA show and call, "Toxic". While the Jeep itself may not be something I'd want to drive, the way it's been built up is something I can really appreciate. Kudos to the builder for doing a good job.










































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    That should be in a movie/TV show. Cool for what it is like you said.
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    What's the point of this build? Political in some way?

    Those taillights are hideous. In the hardtop? Really?

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    Paint job is beautiful. Or is that a wrap? Trying to figure out how they did that. Good choice in tires too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    What's the point of this build? Political in some way?

    Those taillights are hideous. In the hardtop? Really?
    I'd guess it's an apocalypse, zombie or other type of theme kind of walking deadish

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    A lot of attention to detail, not my cup of tea but interesting


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    Def interesting and very LCG compared to other sky high builds there.


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    Steampunk Jeep. I think its cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2007 JKU CANADA View Post
    Steampunk Jeep. I think its cool
    I agree - steampunk, complete theme done nicely.

    still don't like the grill but they did add detail to make it blend in

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    Very interesting. Love the attention to detail towards the theme and definitely one of a kind. The taillights are really unusual, not the right place I would think. I wonder if the back side panel actually lifts up.

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