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The modified Jeep Wrangler was also built by eight Los Angeles area high school students as part of the Petersen Museum's Teen Auto Workshop Programme.

04 Dec 2021 | International News : U.S.A


Quadratec, Inc., the world's largest independent retailer and wholesaler of parts and accessories for Jeep vehicles, is hosting a giveaway for the modified Jeep Wrangler featured on the YouTube channel of the Petersen Automotive Museum in the U.S.A.

The 2001 Jeep Wrangler was fully restored by students from the Petersen Museum's Teen Auto Workshop Programme, and comes with various upgrades supplied by Quadratec, including a 2.5-inch suspension lift, Quadratec bumper and rocker guards, 33-inch Nitto Trail Grappler tyres, and 15-inch Quadratec Rubicon Xtreme wheels.

Modifications to the Jeep include new tube doors and a rear bumper from Fishbone as well a Borla cat back exhaust
The car also sports LED head lights and taillights, new tube doors and a rear bumper from Fishbone, a Borla cat back exhaust, a Quadratec J5 light bar, and new speakers and a subwoofer from Kicker.

To join the giveaway, residents in the U.S.A simply need to fill in a form explaining why they deserve to win the Jeep and where they would drive it first. The giveaway runs from 5 October 2021 to 31 December 2021.

The entire Jeep Wrangler build process has been documented on the Petersen Automotive Museum YouTube channel, and the six-episode series can be viewed here.

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