2003 Jeep Rubicon
It's All in a Name: Jeep is known for being the king of off-road
vehicles, so it makes sense that the brand takes naming their
individual models very seriously. When Jeep designed the Rubicon
model of the Wrangler, the brand had difficulty coming up with a
name that spoke to the ruggedness of its capabilities. After
endless brainstorming sessions, the Rubicon name was finally chosen
for the rugged new Wrangler. The model's namesake comes from the
most rugged off-road trail in the world, the Rubicon Trail.
For consignment, a modified Rubicon from Jeep from 2003. This
vehicle has a 3-inch lift kit, and an exterior roll cage with up
top storage. 33-inch tires and Fox Hi Po shocks also it's a Tomb
Raider Addition. Go for it!
One of the most distinguishable traits of every Jeep model made is
the signature front 7 slot grille with integrated headlights. As
unmistakable as this design theme is in the Jeep brand lineup, it
was actually intended to be used on Ford models. This consignment
has silver paint on the body panels and we can see some chipping
and scratches in this paint particularly on the doors. In addition
to the iconic grille there is an upper bug shield on top of the
hood, she has running lighting on the modified bumper which is
deeper and has an additional bar protecting the grille. Fenders
have an attached darker gray plastic trim on all 4 corners to
prevent mud from getting on the bodywork. An exterior roll cage
with a roof rack is protecting the canvas topped passenger
compartment. Steel doors are on but are detachable if need be. On
back taillight protectors and a hitch mount is seen along with
another 33 inch spare tire. 16-inch polished wheels are on all 4
Swinging the doors reveals a black door panel in molded plastic.
Black broadcloth seats in bucket form are in front, and a 2 person
bench is in the back. Thin red striping is seen on all the seats in
the center panels and red seat belts correspond to this stripe. A
center console is in with a large storage bin that doubles as an
armrest. A simple black dash front hoses the white numbered
instruments and the blue LED odometer readout in the bottom center.
Black molded plastic mixes with silver metal to make up the rest of
the dash, and in the center it's now an aftermarket AM/FM/CD
player/radio. Inside is another supporting roll cage wrapped in
foam, and black carpeting floods the floors. Noted this is number
106 of 1000 units that were produced this year with the Tomb Raider
Under the flip back hood is a 4.0 liter inline 6 cylinder which is
fed by EFI. An NV3550 5-speed manual transmission is on back and A
Dana 44 4.10 rear axle is on. An NV241 transfer case switches you
to 4x4 drive mode.
As you can see from the photos the rear of the frame has severe
corrosion and rust. The remainder of the undercarriage is showing
some surface rust on the rocker mountings. Coil springs and leaf
springs make up the suspension. Reminder, that a 3-inch lift kit
has been installed.
A turn of the key and she fired right up and off to the test track.
Here it did well, nice smooth acceleration, bias free panic
stopping and smooth shifting. All functions were working at the
time of this test drive.
A Tomb Raider Lifted Rubicon in silver with an exterior and
interior roll cage(s) attached. A big roof rack, extra lighting and
a small spurge area when you swing the spare tire away. Rock
F-4001 To 5000 GVWR
S-4.0L Inline 6
P-Toledo, OH Assy Plant
375098-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.