This 2007 Jeep Wrangler is a four-door wagon that is powered by a replacement 5.7-liter Hemi V8 paired with a five-speed automatic transmission and is finished in a white textured coating. Additional modifications include Artec bumpers, fender flares, and skid plates as well as Rock Krawler 5.5″ long-arm suspension with RRD 2.25 shocks, 17″ Raceline beadlock wheels with 39″ BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM3 tires, Ford one-ton axle in front, GM 14-bolt 10.5" axle in rear, 5.13:1 Gears, an EVC iDRIVE throttle controller, and 6-switch SPOD power distribution system.

Built by Globex Performance in Toms River, NJ. There are under 5,000 miles on the Jeep since the new engine/trans/axles were installed(165k miles total on chassis). The Hemi was pulled from a Ram 1500 with under 3k and swapped by Dakota Customs in Black Hawk, SD. The axles were completely rebuilt with new gears, lockers, balljoints, brakes, bearings, and seals. The power steering system features Artec components and a PSC Performance Big Bore XD-Series gearbox.

The interior features black Bartact seat covers as well as air conditioning, power windows, and a touchscreen stereo with Bluetooth, voice control, and Sirius satellite radio capabilities, and a CaRobotor J-Pro digital instrument cluster. The cruise control system has been retained. An ARB air compressor is fitted under the cargo floor.

Other upgrades include:
  • Power-Retractable Side Step Sliders
  • Warn Winch w/Factor55 FlatLink Shackle Mount
  • ARB Air Compressor w/ Front & Rear Differential Locker
  • FiberwerX JL-style grille and hood conversion
  • Warn Zeon 10-S winch with a hawse fairlead
  • 1350 Adams Driveshafts

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