At $75,000, a bargain this is not.
It seems that there is no shortage of mental asylum escapees with access to a grinder, a blowtorch, and a welding machine. We've seen a Challenger turned into a limo, a stretched Silverado, and even a Ferrari turned into an ugly tube. None of these cars fulfill their original purpose anymore, but that hasn't stopped someone from applying the same treatment to a Jeep Wrangler. And whoever created this monstrosity, first discovered by Motor1, believes that there are others out there who think such a ridiculous limousine is a good idea because he's put it up for sale. We hope someone does buy it, but only if they send it straight to the crusher.
If this conversion were carried out by a professional who could avoid a sagging roof and checker plate on the body, it wouldn't be something we'd be crazy about. Our fears for the next owner of this car's safety are only increased by the fact that the seller mentions custom-made eight-lug axles. Now we're not qualified to be building cars, only talking about them. But we embrace that and play to our strengths, and with the builder of this vehicle failing to create something that looks even remotely safe to drive, we're not going to recommend that any of our readers put their trust in this vehicle's ability to safely transport people, let alone more people than the Wrangler should.
Nevertheless, if you are interested, it's listed on Iron Planet and has got a 4.0-liter six-pot connected to a five-speed manual gearbox and upgraded front springs to help deal with the extra weight. The odometer reads a little under 161,000 miles, but those miles weren't covered with a cared-for engine, as the check engine and airbag warning lights are on. The driver's seat is also torn and the cabin seems to be filled with trash. The radio is missing too, and the whole thing looks like it has been abused. Still, that should mean it's cheap, right? Sadly not. The seller wants a frankly ridiculous $75,000 for it. We'll pass, thanks.