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Awesome WW2-Inspired Jeep Wrangler Unlimited on eBay

  jeep-wrangler-unlimited-wwII-theme-lady If you’ve ever sold anything on eBay, you know there are only a few ways to list an item. In terms of price, you will run it as an auction either with or without a reserve, or simply post up a buy-it-now option with a set price. At this point, I feel it’s safe to say eBay should add one more pricing option. This one is for all the car guys looking to get every last penny that they invested out of their “unique”, “one-off”, and “totally super special you can’t even Google it” ride. Trust me when I say, I completely understand the want for getting your money back out of a vehicle investment. Sadly, it’s just not always possible. While perusing the Jeep listings on eBay, I ran across this WW2-inspired Jeep Wrangler Unlimited you see here. Yes, it’s listed as a 2010 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited but this Jeep has about as much in common with a stock Wrangler as Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Chevy SS stock car does with the version found at your local dealership. With that aside, I was still curious about the rig. 2010-jeep-wrangler-unlimited-ebay-wwII-theme-bomber-moab-utah I am a fan of the WWII plane-era theme, and from a fit-and-finish perspective, it appears very well done. Most of the body panels are comprised of aluminum, which I’m sure was no small undertaking. It’s far from practical both in an off-road and picking up the kids at 3:30 sense, but practical isn’t always important. trail-gunner-exhaust-jeep-wrangler-jk-ebay Those turbochargers sticking out of the hood are actually functional units that feed air to a LQ9 GM V-8. The turret intakes were built by Tailgunner, a company that specializes in producing specialty exhaust components. 2010-jeep-wrangler-unlimited-ebay-wwII-theme-inside-bomber Inside, it looks like a vintage cockpit. I’m not sure how comfortable it would be, but the look is definitely on point. According to the video below, many of the pieces were pulled from a World War II bomber. If you’d like to make this Jeep-ish creation part of your fleet, you still have a few days left to bid. Just click here. For a little more info, you can see a walk-through from the video below.

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