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Jeep Shortcut

The Jeep Shortcut is a modern take on the old-school CJ-5.

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Jeep Shortcut

It's packing a shortened body, wheel flares, custom chrome bumpers and 17-inch red steel wheels, to name a few parts. The body's been shortened by more than 2 feet overall.

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Jeep Shortcut

All you need to know about the interior is that it has red leather seats with plaid inserts. And why, exactly, aren't these available for the Wrangler?

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Jeep Trailstorm

The Trailstorm is billed as the ultimate off-road Jeep, with plenty of room for things like gear and fuel.

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Jeep Trailstorm

Need more visibility? That shouldn't be a problem when you've got half doors all around.

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Jeep Renegade Commander

This one isn't really a throwback -- instead, it's just meant as an aggrandized expression of the Renegade's off-road capabilities.

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Jeep Renegade Commander

The biggest change, aside from a handful of off-the-shelf Mopar parts, is a 2-inch lift.

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Jeep FC 150

While you might think that this is an ordinary 1960 Jeep forward-cab truck, it's actually resting atop a 2005 Jeep Wrangler chassis.

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Jeep FC 150

The chassis has been modified to work with a Dana 44 front axle and a Dana 60 rear axle.

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Jeep Crew Chief 715

The Crew Chief 715 was built to honor Jeep's history with military service vehicles.

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Jeep Crew Chief 715

That shows in its styling, which includes steel front and rear bumpers, 20-inch beadlock wheels and 40-inch military tires.

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Jeep Crew Chief 715

Backing that style up is plenty of capability, thanks to Dana 60 axles, a powerful winch, and remote reservoir shocks.

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Jeep Trailcat

Yes, this is a Hellcat-powered Jeep Wrangler.

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Jeep Trailcat

To get the motor to fit, Jeep had to extend the wheelbase by a foot. It also chopped the windshield 2 inches for a more aggressive look.

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Jeep Trailcat

Its six-speed manual transmission features a custom ball knob with a Hellcat logo -- naturally.

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Jeep Comanche

The Comanche hearkens back to a time when Jeep built pickups. Its paint color is called "Beige Against the Machine."

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Jeep Comanche

The wheelbase has been stretched 6 inches to make room for the 5-foot bed out back. Like the other Renegade-based concepts here, this one's packing a 2-inch lift.

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