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Jeep fans know the 2003 Wrangler Rubicon is a special vehicle. This was the debut year for this now famously rugged off-road package, and this is a one-owner Jeep. And it celebrates the debut correctly with big investment to make sure this 4x4 looks bolder and can go further. Best of all, they also made sure to keep the features that make the modern Jeep so desirable.
This one was built to stand out in all the best ways. It starts with the paint. No one is going to forget seeing the 4x4 with one of the coolest paint themes we've seen in quite a while. It was a full repaint where the white serves as a clean canvas for the orange, blue, and purple feathered flames. There are even cool details, like the airbrushed Rubicon name on the sides, plenty of pinstriping, and the Jeep stamping in the front fenders now a small mural. It's quite striking, and we're actually happy to say that it's far from perfect. Because the overall idea here is a memorable custom that's also a truly useful Jeep. So the odometer is believed to represent the full mileage and the this 4x4 wears some battle scars from Mother Nature - that's what a true Rubicon is supposed to have. Standing out also means being the first one on the trail, and so there has been a solid investment in all the right equipment to lead the way. It starts with a Warn 9.5ti up front. This is mounted on a Smittybilt front bumper with a bull bar, tow hooks, and IPF lights. The Smittybilt rear bumper has a tow hitch and swing-away mount for the full-size spare. There are also KC lights at the windshield, Smittybilt rock rails, removable side steps, and bright American Racing ATX 16-inch wheels that really show off the lifted stance.
This Wrangler comes with a full soft top, glass windows in the doors and a bikini top, but of course, the most fun is with no top at all. It really shows off all the extra investment in a serious off-road machine. The front now has Corbeau XRS reclining suspension seats. The rear has been turned into a full off-road ready area with a CO2 inflator kit, tool kit, ARB recovery rope, fire extinguisher, and room for all your other gear on the bugged rubber floor mat. There's even a tow bar and bike rack that comes with the sale. And beyond upgrades, you also have one of the most modern Jeep interiors around. That means lockable half doors and a full roll cage. Plus, you have the best in modern features right from the factory. This includes a tilt steering column, a full gauge package, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The radio is even upgraded to an AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input and marine-grade speakers.
The 4.0-liter inline-six was a Jeep mainstay for many years. It's a hardy motor that loves upgrades. So you have some nice additions, like the Edge products programmer for the modern fuel-injected setup. It also inhales better with the Turbo City Rock-It Parts intake, and it exhales with added power thanks to the stainless steel header-fed high-performance exhaust. We're sure you instantly noticed the extra ground clearance on this 4x4, and that's courtesy of investments in stout off-road equipment. This includes the Atlas 2 transfer case, Belly Up skid plate Dana 44 axles (with 4:88 gears for good low-end power), air locker diffs, manual locking Warn hubs, 4" Teraflex long control arms, remote reservoir shocks, slip yoke eliminator, an Old Man Emu steering stabilizer, and 35" Pro Comp Xtreme MT tires. But when you just want to look like the toughest machine rolling through town, the power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and the control of a five-speed manual transmission make this mean machine an easy cruiser.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, owner's manual packet, service manuals, and two sets of keys. So it has the right paperwork you want in a one-owner vehicle. This is the first-year Rubicon that has an awesome level of style and capability to really live up to the best in a 4x4 lifestyle. Call today!!!
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