Here's the machine for someone who wants to turn the key and
immediately turn heads... everywhere. After all, the full custom
paint on this 2006 Jeep Wrangler is just a much an
attention-grabber on High Street as it is the High Country. And
since this has all the best 4x4 upgrades, you can get to either
place just as easily.
This one was built to stand out in all the best ways. It starts with the paint. No one is going to forget seeing the 4x4 with one of the coolest silver and orange custom setups ever. There are no stickers and no shortcuts. So this aggressive paintjob looks great from 10 feet or 10 inches away. Plus, standing out also means being the first one on the trail, and so there has been a solid investment in all the right equipment to lead the way. The winch is a great example. It's a Smittybilt XRC 8,000 lbs winch with a super strong Factor 55 Prolink. How many friends do you think will be glad to see you coming with that stout setup? Plus, the Smittybilt front bumper, Rock-Hard rear bumper/swing away spare tire kit, and 16-inch beadlock Method wheels are all the kind of trail-ready upgrades you want. There's even plenty of light thanks to 20-inch Pro-Comp LED light bar, Rigid headlights, and even LED taillights.
Inside the custom upgrades continue. The new top cover is by Rampage, the roll bars are covered by Rapz, and the rear cargo net is from Smittybilt. While the rear seat comes with the sale, we like it much better with the current setup with a flat rear deck covers with a secure Smittybilt box underneath. And you might have noticed there's already a subwoofer in that storage chest. It's part of an upgraded stereo system that now includes a modern Insane Audio TJ1002 head unit that supports Sat Nav, Bluetooth, and multiple phone apps. It's exactly what you need to know where you are on the trail. And beyond upgrades, you also have one of the most modern Jeep interiors around. That means full doors with roll-up windows, a lockable armrest center console, dual airbags, a grippy steering wheel with cruise control buttons, and a pair of bucket seats that are designed to both be comfortable for the long haul as well as resilient enough for outdoor use. And don't forget about the modern air conditioning that will keep you cool no matter if you're spending an afternoon in the wilderness or just on a milk run.
The 4.0-liter inline-six was a Jeep mainstay for many years. It's quite energetic in the relatively lightweight Wrangler and its reliability can't be beat. Fuel injection and other advances mean that it starts easily and idles well. And while this is the original motor, it has received a few nice upgrades like the Airaid cold air intake and throttle body spacer. We're sure you instantly noticed the extra ground clearance on this 4x4, and that's courtesy of investments in stout off-road equipment, including Rubicon Express Lift-Longarm kit, TaraFlex track bar, and tall BF Goodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires. But when you just want to look like the toughest machine rolling through town, the power steering, front disc brakes, and four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive make this mean machine an easy cruiser.
Complete with maintenance records and owner's manual, this is the cool-looking Jeep that's ready right now for whatever adventures that you are. But you're not the only outdoor lover who sees this exceptional 4x4, so hurry up and call today!
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