The unique interior door panels of the Stealth or the spoiler would be pretty awesome, too; actually, I'm undecided on both really, but I certainly would appreciate a heads-up if any of this stuff is ever spotted for sale.
There are actually two different red executives pictured, and I didn't even notice that the 2nd one had...whatever that is. I'm willing to bet that's something they did on their own to extend their flares given the wider stance generated by wheels with less backspacing.
I had an '87 XJ that I set up like this. The tires on the last red one look like a 275/60R15 (same as a Corvette). I was running 295/50R15's (1" shorter,2" wider) but without the body kit. Definitely a street machine.
So's mine. I haven't taken it off-road since I bought it. I like the vehicle because I have the option to do so whenever I'm in the mood.
But I agree on the look. It's slick for sure, and it fits as a government vehicle. I just think the modular appearance of a Jeep is one of its strengths. Take that away (or add to it, as it were) and it looks more like any other SUV on the road. Regardless, good luck with the search. I'll keep this thread in mind if I ever see something like that in my searches.
It's mostly that front bumper cover that I love because I hate the stock end-capped bumper. I like that the cover improves the stock looks without changing it and because the integrated air dam has well-placed locations for fog lights--mounting fogs on top of the bumper, blocking air flow through the rad and at the same height as the headlights is stupid and only serve to make it look more "offroady." Even if I never find this cover, I will be mounting fogs BELOW my bumper somehow.
I thought maybe you did since "reeks" is usually used to describe something with an offensive smell, thus I thought you used it as a metaphor to describe it as offensive to you in some way. Apparently not you, but there are plenty guys like that out there.
I've gotten far too much grief for not lifting my XJ over big tires and wheeling the crap out if. I'm honest with myself about how I use my XJ, and I build it to compliment that instead of conforming with what everyone else does just for the sake of being some mall-crawling poser. Depending on how strong that front cover is, I could see putting a tranny cooler behind that lower faux grill as well. It might be uncomfortably low to the ground at that point, though...but maybe...maybe; I DO leave the pavement on occasion, and I wouldn't be fond of putting a cooler into harm's way.
I'm not sure if I'm interested in a spoiler either, but I greatly appreciate that you thought of me and took the time to show me. Based on its shape, I think it's an aftermarket part. There's another seller selling the same spoiler (uses the same photos, too) for more $ as well at http://www.ebay.com/itm/JEEP-CHEROKE...21196266914%26