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Thread: VIDEO : EVO UP - The Beginning of a Badass JEEP GLADIATOR Pickup Truck Build

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    Nothing but a Thing TOPLESS's Avatar
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    Awesome! The more I look at tents for a trailer the more Iím intrigued on what Mel comes up with.

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    Looks like it's gonna be an awesome build! Can't wait to see it unfold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post

    Yup. This Sport costs about $35k. A fully loaded Rubicon can cost about $60k. Mel is hoping to make a badass build from this starting point and within the $25k difference.

    I think it's a part of his price point perspective and availability.

    might be an even greater difference is you add in taxes. Depending on if they have to pay taxes on all or some of the aftermarket parts.

    unless you mean 35k and 60k out the door.

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    Thatís going to be insane! So cool that heís going to be racing that in Baja.

    The rendering, well....


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    Canít wait to see it in Baja


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    Iím very much looking forward to seeing what it looks like when Mel is done with it. The mock up looked amazing!
    2013 JKU Sport "Spider" with some EVO goodies and a chop here and there

    DIY trail/tube door build http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?24449-My-DIY-Doors

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    Canít wait to see what they do with it. Iíve been thinking about getting a tow rig this year but may have to pass and get this instead.


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    Very nice of you guys to share this journey with us.
    Enjoyed every moment of it


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    I love that he got a black one!

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    This is going to be one bad ass Jeep! Thanks for the behind the scenes

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