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Thread: Custom built 65 Nissan Patrol pickup on a 93 extended Wrangler chassis

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    Custom built 65 Nissan Patrol pickup on a 93 extended Wrangler chassis

    Hello, this is not 100% Jeep so if its not allowed i apologize. Ive been wanting to build a Jeep pickup for quite a while now. I just dont have the cash for an AEV conversion kit. I have several Nissan Patrols (SUV style vehicle resembles a Toyota Landcruiser) so i decided to build a pickup out of one and mount it on an extended 93 Jeep Wrangler chassis. The back of the cab and roof are custom built as well as the bed and tire rack. I hope you like it.
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    Welcome to wayalife! Cool and different project you have going. Jeep running gear?
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    Cool...I like it...

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    That's really unique - nice rig!

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    That's really cool.
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    Amazing job! It looks like a factory build


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    Very nice rig


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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Welcome to wayalife! Cool and different project you have going. Jeep running gear?
    All Jeep running gear! Has the 4.0L will have a stroked 4.6L in the near future. Also a Dana 44 with disk brakes will be installed soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Amazing job! It looks like a factory build


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