This is not your ordinary Jeep, evident by the high-end price tag! We found this extreme build on eBay. It’s looking for a new owner, and it’s just the kind of over-the-top Jeep we love. Check out what $100k worth of Jeep Wrangler looks like.
Starwood Motors is responsible for this jaw-dropping build — they are known for modifying Jeep Wranglers, so this build comes from a lot of experience.
This head turning Jeep has been modded at every corner.
The exterior is finished in a highly custom DuPont kevlar pulp infused coating that’s made to be resistant to elements of any terrain, for the life of the Jeep.
Here are the additional exterior specs:
- VPR Front and Rear Bumpers
- Rugged Ridge Heat Reduction Hood
- LED Duallies on the Windshield
- LEDs on the Bumper
- JW Speaker LED Headlamps
- Blue Mesh Grille
- Smittybuilt Side Bars & Steps
- MetalCloak Fender Flares
- 37” Nitto Trail Grappler Tires
- 20” XD Off-Roading Wheels with Stunning Blue Accents
- Oversized Tire Carrier
- Lifted Eyebrow Grille
- Double Sunroof Lifted Off-Road Fast Back Top
- Blue Rubicon Graphic
- Angle Eye Headlights
- 50” LED Lightbar with Kevlar Brackets
- Warn Winch
- Jeep Fuel Door
- Taillight Guards
- Headlight Protectors
- 3/4” Suspension Bushings
- 3/4” Shackle Anchors
- D-Ring Isolators
- Heavy Duty Locking Lug Nuts
- Dark Tinted Windows
Inside, you’ll find why the price tag is so high, part of the reason at least.
The most notable part of the interior are the custom finished satin black Ferrari 458 leather seats with blue stitching, giving it a very high-end look.
As for the rest of the interior goodies, most of them are factory options, with a few exceptions.
Additionally, this Jeep is equipped with a 6” TeraFlex long-arm kit, TeraFlex front stabilizers, blue powder coated lift components, electronic front sway bar disconnect, and 5-speed auto with hill descent control.
With the factory upgrades and mods done by Starwood, this Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon is more than ready to tackle the off-road — the question is, would anyone actually spend that much to take it on the trails?