Originally produced as a military vehicle, the iconic Jeep® vehicles have survived to be one of the longest, continuously produced automobiles in history. Changing to meet the demands of the American consumer, the Jeep is more popular than ever. However, the basic features which won it for the military contract, can still be found in today's Jeep vehicles. It is rugged, aggressive and fun to drive. The Jeep Rubicon edition is named after the Rubicon Trail in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The Jeep brand, now owned by Fiat-Chrysler, is one of the top selling car lines in the world. In 1963, a version of the original Jeep vehicle made claim to being the first sports utility vehicle (SUV). It has come a long way from it humble beginnings as a reconnaissance vehicle for the U.S. Army.
- Stock production fenders, wheel and roll over bar.
- Rear Mounted spare tire and front bumper fog lights.
- Off-road tires.
- Working spring suspension.
- Waterslide decal.
- Molded in white and clear with chrome plated parts and soft black tires.