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The JT Scrambler concept calls back to the 1982 CJ8 Scrambler's color setup.
The modern interpretation uses Punk'N Metallic Orange and Nacho for the body-side and hood striping over the white paint job.
The cabin is covered by a brown freedom top to round out the period correct appearance.
Brown continues into the interior with Amaretto Brown Katzkin leather and orange accent stitching used for the seats, dash and armrests.
The Jeep grille logo is embroidered into the seatbacks. Mopar pedal kit and all-weather floor mats complete the alterations inside.
From a function standpoint a spray-in bedliner and a gaggle of LED lights are installed on the exterior of the JT Scrambler.
A prototype roll bar that runs the length of the bed is also installed.
The longer roll bar provides a total of eight tie-down spots to secure cargo.
Adding body protection are Jeep Performance Parts rock rails finished with a non-slip coating.
Finishing off the Scrambler package are 37-inch BFGoodrich tires mounted on 17-inch bronze slot wheel.
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