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Old 02-08-2011, 07:08 AM   #226 (permalink)
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Well this thing definetly needs to be mentioned in here.


MBRP Diesel Jeep 4 Door JK Truck



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Old 02-08-2011, 10:31 AM   #227 (permalink)
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So pimp! Keep em coming!

Kellog definitely dig the cage lines!
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This is my concept model. It won't be done for a while but at least I can drool over what it could look like.

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Keeping with the "truck" theme, here are a few pictures from SWAG's thread in the vendor section.

https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showt...=718087&page=5








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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2004-...item51981788b1

not sure how to take pics from ebay but heres a truck cab type jeep for sale on ebay.

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Old 03-04-2011, 02:09 PM   #231 (permalink)
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not sure how to take pics from ebay but heres a truck cab type jeep for sale on ebay.
It looks OK, but I am just not a huge fan of the lines. It just does not flow to me at all.
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Old 03-04-2011, 02:21 PM   #232 (permalink)
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A little change of pace, some factory Australian CJ-10s I found while looking for ideas for my bed
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Old 03-04-2011, 02:33 PM   #233 (permalink)
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And some military ones. I have no clue what the semi-truck looking airfoil thing is, but it looks like it folds down. I would guess it is so you can throw it forward, stand on the seat or floor, and pop off some rounds at the enemy. Or maybe it is just a sun roof, but what is the fun in that??

I think the airfoil ones are Aussie, and I think the hard top one is some long forgotten and possibly never made US prototype.

No clue about the blue one, but it has lifting paperclips on the bumper, so it was probably in someone's military at some point in time.
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Well I guess someone stole my idea lol. Looks great heres a pic of mine, top is still in the repair stages.
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jeep needs to wake up and make a pickup. There are some awesome jeep truck posted on this thread.
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lets see some clear pics, that looks smooth, craving more
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Old 05-03-2011, 01:04 PM   #239 (permalink)
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Saw this thing for sale at EJS





Kinda cool, normal "jeep upgrade" stuff, v8, etc. Hard top was self fabricated from a DJ body per the description in the "for sale" sign. Bed was kinda small and hard top lines a little funky for me, but I would drive it
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No clue about the blue one, but it has lifting paperclips on the bumper, so it was probably in someone's military at some point in time.
Most of the civilian CJ-10's went to Australia. I remember when the blue one was for sale a few years ago on CJOffroad, as I remember, it was serial number 6, something like that. From memory again, it was a civilian model. Out of my price range, seems like they were asking $12k?
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Ive posted it already. But, little update. Been wheeling the Brute/UTE so far this spring and early summer. So far its working so much better than expected. The new wheelbase is working very well up here with the hills. Thought the overhang out back would be a problem. But so far in Ak, I havent ran into any spots where it hindered the thing. Being able to carry a lot of tools, and supplies is just so nice compared to when it was a Tj.









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Alaskan Assassin who make the bed on your TJ? That is a nice looking setup.
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Alaskan Assassin who make the bed on your TJ? That is a nice looking setup.
Its a UTE bed made in Australia. But, I bought it from http://www.uteltd.com out of Seattle.
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Old 06-26-2011, 03:51 PM   #246 (permalink)
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Here are some photos of the first Safari Half Cab to escape from the company's fiberglass shop... these are not final parts, this is an engineering prototype.



Here's a couple of photos of the half cab next to the Retro Wrangler; I made the Retro half cab from sheet metal, and the fiberglass Safari Half Cab is styled similarly:





Also, here's a shot of the parts disassembled. Easy for one person to handle and store.



Because this half cab is modular, one of the features will be that it can be installed without removing, modifying or disturbing the factory TJ or LJ roll bar, there will optionally be roll-bar pass-through holes/gaskets in the rear wall:



The roll-bar pass-through holes are not in this current prototype part, I'll be adding them shortly. This rear wall was used as an engineering prototype with a window installed, but I had them 'glass in the window hole so I could do the work on the roll-bar pass-through feature )which will require a different size window).

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Snapped these a couple week's ago at National Trails Day up North.





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So pimp! Keep em coming!

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And some military ones. I have no clue what the semi-truck looking airfoil thing is, but it looks like it folds down. I would guess it is so you can throw it forward, stand on the seat or floor, and pop off some rounds at the enemy. Or maybe it is just a sun roof, but what is the fun in that??

I think the airfoil ones are Aussie, and I think the hard top one is some long forgotten and possibly never made US prototype.

No clue about the blue one, but it has lifting paperclips on the bumper, so it was probably in someone's military at some point in time.
They're a walk through cab, hence the high roof. We just scrapped a CJ10 that had that feature, albeit home made. Rusted to hell, but someone took the time to canvas the back and weld a 4foot ring to the back of the tub to walk into the back section.
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Old 07-14-2011, 05:58 PM   #250 (permalink)
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Mopar is jumping back on the Jeep Truck Cab bandwagon.
http://www.autoblog.com/2011/07/14/j...-kit-form-w-v/
I'm not a big JK fan, though they are growing on me, and admittedly a new Pentastar powered Unlimited JK with the "JK-8" conversion would be awesome, though, I don't think quite $30K awesome. The "kit" itself is $5,500







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