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WranglerJapanese Jeep TJ Scrambler - Only One
Posted by Anonymous on 2006/8/4 11:52:15 (3206) reads recently posted some pics from the Toyko Auto Gallery (Show) where the Japanese company Tiger Auto showcased a special creation of theirs - a TJ pickup stretched to nearly the length of a Commander.

The boys at Tiger took a standard Jeep TJ, stretched the wheelbase 600mm (23.6 in) and then custom-fabricated the rear cab enclosure and the pickup bed. They documented the whole build in a series of photoessays on their website. (Look for the links labeled "Lung Ra" pickup.)

The result is a very well-finished neo-Scrambler whose overall length matches that of a new Commander. A modest 2" lift, custom convertible top, Recaros, and wheel/tire upgrade add the finishing touches. We're big fans of the old-school embossed Jeep logo on the tailgate, too.

Check out the complete article as well as additional photos of the Scrambler from the show as well as these and these.

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Posted: 2006/8/4 13:39  Updated: 2006/8/4 13:39
Not too shy to talk
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 Re: Japanese Jeep TJ Scrambler - Only One
Good work, but not as proportionally correct as the AEV Brute, or anything built by AEV to make a sweeping generalization.

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Posted: 2006/8/4 16:30  Updated: 2006/8/4 16:30
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 Re: Japanese Jeep TJ Scrambler - Only One
they sure copied AEV's bed design from the Brute though...

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Posted: 2006/8/5 13:09  Updated: 2006/8/5 13:09
Not too shy to talk
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 Re: Japanese Jeep TJ Scrambler - Only One
What would you expect ? The Asian (Chinese) market has been copying American designs for YEARS.
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