Jeep Sweepstakes Benefits Injured Military Personnel
Date 2007/11/21 7:13:20 | Topic: Wrangler
|I received this in my inbox yesterday - perfect for the holiday season. Reprinted from a press release issued by Superlift Suspension Systems.|
To raise public awareness about our severely injured service men and women, the Arkansas Crawlers 4x4 Club enlisted assistance from several aftermarket parts specialists. The result is the Warrior Jeep. This custom 2007 JK Wrangler -- donated by Superlift -- will be given away in a random drawing on December 1, 2008. Sweepstakes tickets are tax-deductible and cost $25 each. All proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Valued at $80,000, the Warrior Jeep caught the industry's attention at the 2007 SEMA Show. Major modifications include a 6.1L Hemi and a Chrysler 545RF transmission, swapped in by Burnsville Off-Road using a Hotwire Auto harness. The powertrain is completed by an Advance Adapters Atlas transfer case, Dynatrac high-pinion axles with Detroit Lockers and Tom Woods driveshafts. The Warrior uses a 4" Superlift Rockrunner suspension system to clear 37" Interco IROCs on 17x9 Walker Evans beadlocks. A glut of accessories came courtesy of Mopar Performance, Street & Performance, American Expedition Vehicles, Bushwacker, Katzkin, Hi-Lift and Powertank. Painter Joey Hutson executed the artistic tribute in DuPont colors. Complete specifications, a sweepstakes entry form and official rules are on the Wounded Warrior Project website.
The bottom line: Help a Hero, Win a Jeep!