Ride Spotting Around Hammertown
Obviously during King of the Hammers, the race cars get all the attention. But what about all the cool vehicles around Hammertown that aren't competing each year? Here's 10 rides you won't see on the race course, but deserve recognition too.
1. Tow Rig Goals
This 3rd Gen Ram 3500 is a great combo of comfort and durability.
2. Iconic JKU
Known for their impressive, bolt-on suspension systems, Icon never misses a chance to flex out their Jeep JKU.
3. Dusted Luxury
Lexus is known for building Luxury cars and SUVs, but their bones are all Toyota. This GX470 is just as capable in the dirt as its Toyota Land Cruiser counterpart.
4. Bring Back the 90s
Our second favorite generation of Bronco, this Aeronose ('92-'96) was parked just inside Hammertown city limits.
5. FJ with a View
Although normally found on Jeeps, tube doors can basically be bolted onto any vehicle. This FJ Cruiser looked like it has seen some tough trails in it's day.
6. What's Left of a TJ
It's true that most Jeep owners don't leave them stock for long, but this TJ crawler beast was almost unrecognizable.
7. Where's Waldocon?
Well...we found him! Definitely a unique twist on this JK, paying homage to the popular children's book featuring the world's best hide-and-seek player.
8. Goin' Commando!
There really isn't anything cooler than a 4-linked classic Jeepster Commando on big axles and 40-inch tires. This beast can easily take on the trails around The Hammers.
9. Tons of Scout
Not quite a Jeep, not quite a Bronco. The Scout stands alone, and this specimen happens to be on one-ton axles and some HUGE swampers. (Bonus points if you noticed the 50-inch light bar)
10. Monster Chevy
If you need a pick-me-up, this CST-lifted Silverado from Monster Energy has got you covered.