Fall In and Salute This Ridiculously Awesome Jeep Staff Car Concept
In 2013, the crop of Moab theories of Jeep did not disappoint, but this unbelievable military-themed, Wrangler-established to blubbering, slobbering morons we are being reduced by Staff Car theory. We want anyone to smack at us from it.
Jeep Staff Car theory
That is likely since the term "four door" does not actually even use. There are not any doors. Instead, there is a long emptiness in the body side where individuals can just slide in and from back fabric seat seats and the front. We consider, particularly helpful for all those times when you should escape the matter right freakin' now. When a grenade is thrown your way like, maybe. shift knob, and we are quite certain it is been decommissioned.
The designers of Jeep had a new roll cage also it stretches to the windshield header in the back seat place. There is no B pillar, which will be simply the coolest. Almost every surface that was observable outside and in was painted a desert-beige colour that was, based on Jeep, inspired by the colour of a particular cardboard box that captured a designer's attention. The wheels are possibly the raddest-appearing steel rims ever fitted into a contemporary Jeep, and they are wrapped in actual 35-inch Firestone NDT (non-directional tread) military tires. (Side note for present Jeep owners: These tires are open to civilians, and on several sites we located them on sale for only $127 apiece. If we'd a Wrangler, it would have this wheel/tire package.)
Jeep Staff Car theory
Had that automobile had headrests, Patton might've continued a bit more into the postwar period. But that is neither here nor there--we had happily trundle around offroad or through town in a Jeep constructed outside like this Staff Car theory. It is only so flagrantly misaligned with today's production car realities and its own detailing so unbelievable (look in the whip antenna, the spades, as well as the "WR/4-N-GL.3R" vehicle I.D. label on the hood) we have to adore it.
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