The CJ66 is a CJ-type Wrangler body resting atop a TJ-type Wrangler frame with a bunch of JK-type Wrangler parts bolted on for good measure.
It's ready to go rock crawling with Dana 44 Crate axles, 35-inch off-road tires and 17-inch beadlock wheels.
A custom air system lets you inflate and deflate the tires to a desired pressure.
A custom roll cage and bikini top help hide you from the elements and any off-road-related hazards.
The Shakedown Challenger mixes new and old.
A 1971 Challenger provides the body, which features shaved door handles and drip rails.
The headlights and taillights from the 2017 Challenger round out the exterior.
The interior features Viper front seats and a Viper steering wheel.
The wheels are based off the Hellcat's.
A modern Shaker scoop makes its way through the top of the hood.
Living under the hood is a 485-horsepower Hemi V8.
Carbon fiber also litters the dashboard, because why not?
Now here's something you might see in production guise in the next year or two.
The Durango Shaker mates a Durango body to Dodge's 6.4-liter Hemi V8 from the Challenger and Charger Scat Pack.
The front fascia is a mix of Durango and Scat Pack, while the center-mounted exhaust is reminiscent of the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT.
The Durango is painted B5 Blue, just like the Scat Pack models.
Inside, there are three rows of Viper seats. Sounds comfy.
Need a drink? This concept's for you.
A hinged door on the driver's side shows off a full bar hidden inside.
There's neon, bar stools and beer. What more do you want?
The van's been tricked out with a fair few Mopar accessories, as well.
The beer taps all use Mopar-style shifters.
The concept is based on the Ram ProMaster 3500.
If the Power Wagon alone isn't enough for you, perhaps the Macho Power Wagon concept is.
The MPW rides atop a 4-inch lift kit, 37-inch off-road tires and 18-inch beadlock wheels.
The adjustable RamRack out back lets you hang all sorts of crap above the truck bed.
A 6.4-liter Hemi V8 provides the forward motion.
The interior of the MPW is just as bright as the exterior, thanks to plenty of Macho Mango-colored trim pieces.
A cold-air intake and new exhaust system round out the performance modifications.
The Pacifica Cadence is probably the most sedate of all the Mopar concepts.
This one features Mopar vinyl graphics and a whole host of accessories.
20-inch wheels, running boards and a surfboard carrier from Mopar and Thule round out the exterior modifications.
Inside, there's a pet kennel and a few smaller accessories such as door sill guards, vinyl mats and an all-weather cargo mat.