Jeep tinkers around with the idea of a short cab, long bed truck in the J6 concept.
Based off the Wrangler Unlimited's 118.4 inch foundation, designers looked to the 1978 Honcho for styling inspiration for the two-door pickup.
It's covered in a sharp Metallic Brilliant Blue paint color that's a hot-rodded interpretation of an original 1978 hue.
Fender and tailgate badging are also done up in vintage font.
Gladiator parts like the hood and front Rubicon bumper can be found on the J6.
The bumper has been modified with 2-inch steel stinger bars for additional off-road protection.
At the sides, the Gladiator rock rails have been shored up with 2-inch steel tube extensions.
Out back, the 6-foot bed is 12 inches longer than the stock Gladiator's.
Raising the J6's off-road prowess are a production Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit and big 37-inch BFGoodrich tires mounted on 17-inch beadlock wheels.
And finally to draw a little more oomph out of the 3.6-liter engine, a cold-air intake has been installed.
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