You've Never Seen A Jeep Wrangler Like This Before

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A Wrangler limo is not something the world asked for.

The Jeep Wrangler is a symbol of American freedom and has been gracing our roads and off-road trails for over thirty years. This stubby little machine is loved for its incredible off-road capabilities and overall ruggedness. While the 2022 model promises to be more capable than ever (it will pose stiff competition for the new Ford Bronco), thousands still collect, drive and modify older versions of the Wrangler. We've seen some crazy Jeep Wrangler builds in our time, but this 2006 Rubicon 4x4, for sale on Cars and Bids, takes the cake. It has been stretched out to limo promotions, and we think it's the perfect car to take all of your side pieces to the beach with.

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Before there was a Wrangler Unlimited, Wrangler fans had to deal with very limited seating. This is presumably why the owner of this 2006 Rubicon chopped into pieces to make room for more butts. It now sits on a wheelbase that is 4.5 feet longer than stock. The cutting and welding was done by Illusion Coach Builders LLC in Rogersville, Missouri back in 2006, and while at the shop, the Wranglimo gained a set of rear half doors and two more seats, for a total of six. The good news here is that you can take more people on adventures, but the bad news is that the extended wheelbase hasn't done any favors for this Jeep's breakover angle, and it's bound to get hung up on an obstacle sooner rather than later.

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Powering this stretched banana is the original 4.0-liter straight-six engine making 190 horsepower and 235 lb-ft of torque. Power gets sent to all four wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission. This humble Jeep limo includes luxury features such as the original 16-inch wheels, a set of fog lights, manual windows and locks, and air conditioning. Extras include a Magnaflow exhaust system, metal plating on the rocker panels, a custom soft-top, and a Kenwood CD player. The current bid for the Wranglimo stands at $7,600 with 14 bids in total. Bidding ends on 7 June, 2021.

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