Sunday, November 26, 2006

Jeep Commander to the Rescue

Off-Road Adventures magazine and the Placer County Sheriff's Search and Rescue Team came together to build the ultimate Jeep Commander rescue vehicle. The idea was to take a stock, Hemi-equipped Commander and turn it into an uncompromising off-road machine. During five months (between July and November 2006) the Commander underwent a significant transformation, as it was lifted, equipped with bigger tires, fitted with performance intake and exhaust kits, and many other serious mods. You can read about the project from beginning to end by following these links:

We thank Off-Road Adventures magazine for the comprehensive write-up and detailed pitcures of this remarkable project.


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

All the links above need to be changed to "http://www.oramagazine.com" rather than the (non-existing) "http://www.4wheelpartsadventures.com/" site. The article links work once the beginning of the url is manually modified.

Chevy HHR cold air intake said...

With performance air intake and exhaust, the Jeep is really serious about taking over the off-road title.

Truck Lowering Suspension Parts said...

This Jeep is amazing. It can do possibly everything in any off-road situations now. This is really awesome!

Billet Wheel Adapters said...

Those were some serious mods done with the Jeep. With a lineup that amazing I am willing to bet anything from it.

Jeep Doors said...

Transformation on the Jeep Commander rescue vehicle is sure seen. Those and big tires there and this was a worthy cause.