ExtremeTerrain is Giving Away a $73K Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
The Jeep Wrangler is an off-road worthy car straight off the lot— but ExtremeTerrain has taken it to a whole new level. They teamed up with Barricade Off-Road to create the "Project Trail Force" Wrangler Rubicon and they're planning on giving it away at this year's SEMA show. The vehicle was unveiled at the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival in Butler, PA on Friday. Its 3.6-liter V6 has received a boost from a centrifugal Ripp Supercharger that adds 140 horsepower. It is also 3.5" higher thanks to Rock Krawler's long-arm lift kit and rides on 37" tires and Mammoth Boulder Wheels. Barricade front and rear bumper with tire carrier, fender flares, and rock sliders give it plenty of extra clearance for those larger wheels. RELATED: See The 2013 Jeep Wrangler Moab Special Edition
A Raxiom lighting upgrade adds two 2.5" LED spotlights, two 3" square LED off-road lights, and a 50" double row LED light bar. KC Hilites 7" LED headlights complete the lighting upgrades.
The inside has Rugged Ridge grab handles, all-terrain floor liners, cargo liner, and seat covers and a Raxiom OE-style navigation system with Bluetooth and a backup camera. You can enter to win now through October 23rd. The winner will be flown out to Las Vegas for SEMA to receive the prize.
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