I'd take our truck and add a Kelderman air ride suspension and some 37" tires on some 18" or 20" rims. Bestop Power Step side steps, some mild engine mods, bulletproof trans from ATS or swap in the new 6-sp 68RE.
I'd convert our TJ to a full AEV Brute, including their Highline fenders and heat-reduction hood. Swap the 4.0L out for a Jeep 2.8L CRD running on biodiesel, add an Atlas t'case. Swap the stock axles out for some JK Rubicon axles and run some 35s on some 17" AEV rims. Probably add a cab-over utility rack too.
I'd fully restore my FIL's '46 GPW.
I'd keep my XJ around simply because I don't think I could ever bear to part with it. Swap in some JK Rubicon axles and Atlas t'case and keep it on 35s.
Additional vehicles I'd get:
2008 JK Unlimited, yellow, Dynatrac ProRock 60s, 37" BFG Krawlers, Atlas 4sp t'case. CRD or HEMI conversion. (family wheeler).
1969 Camaro SS (wife's dream car)
2009 Mini Cooper S Clubman (around town fun/fuel efficient car and errand runner).
E63 AMG (Mercedes luxury hotrod wagon for travel)
pair of Seadoo GTIs
some type of ski boat
Jason West - Jeepin.com | JeepinOutfitters.com '09 JKUR, RE 3.5", 37" GY MT/R-Ks, Expedition One bumpers, T&T rockers & skids, XRC10 Comp '95 XJ, RE 5.5", 35" MT/Rs, D30 w/hubs & ARB, D44 w/Detroit, 4.56s, C4x4 bumpers, etc, etc. '00 TJ, SOLD, wife's, RE 4.5" long-arm, 35" MT/Rs, D30+OX, D44+ARB, 4.88s, full cage, winch, C4x4 & Jeeperman bumpers, etc, etc.
Ducati (probably a monster)
New honda 250
A Bass boat, ski boat, and a 50+ft. yacht
Cars, Jeeps, and trucks
'68 Shelby Gt500
Porsche 911 GT3
Porsche Carrera GT
early '07 Dodge 2500 with the 5.9L (leveled with 35"s), chipped, stacks
New F350 SUperduty 34-35"s, chipped
my XJ with D44s, 35"s, locked, etc.
a CJ7 restored and lifted to accomodate 33"s and some form of turboed diesel engine
nicely modded RX7
my stepdads crossfire SRT-6 to start modding
and a fully stocked 4 bay shop-garage to work on everything in...
Ya, i'm realistic
We have a lot of jeeps...and other toys....that is all.
my xj, engine swapped to 4.0/ax-15, re 5.5" lift, long arms, 33's
'86 ford rs-200
'86 audi quattro
'86 lancia delta b
j-10 pickup high enough to fit 35's, must have wagon wheels (dunno why, just love 'em)
might also take that '81 delorian, even though it doesn't fit with my b-class rally theme
My XJ with a new motor and tranny, a 3-5" lift, 32's, new front and rear bumpers, roof rack, 4 hella auxillary head lamps.
2008 Lotus Exige S
My dads 1979 Porsche 911SC Targa fully restored
1988 Porsche 959
2007 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
1954 Porsche 550 Spyder
The Jeep is a manly device. And a womanly device. An American device. It’s a fitting instrument to transport the free people of a free nation with the respect to which we are entitled and the dignity that we deserve. Okay, we’re a little crazy to have a Jeep for a daily driver. But if we go off our meds, we might wind up in a Prius
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