When the Jeep YJ showed up with its square headlights, a lot of life-long fans were disappointed. However, time heals all wounds, and one glance at this extremely capable 1995 Jeep Wrangler suggests that the truly hardcore off-roaders got over their disappointment and set about building some pretty impressive rock-crawling machines. Dancing right on the border of street-legal and off-road brutal, this Jeep''s list of equipment and custom modifications for improved performance in the dirt is three pages long. It looks bigger than it did sitting in the showroom floor, clearly due to the big tires, 3-inch body lift, and custom suspension, and with modifications like the Metal Cloak tubular front fenders and side guards give it a sturdy look that suggests it''s ready to tumble in the sand with you. Bright red paint doesn''t look like it''s been scraped against rocks or dragged through the underbrush on some trail, so you know the guy who owned this one was meticulous about keeping it neat. A chrome grille, custom bumper with a Warn 9.5TI winch, and a set of powerful off-road driving lights are suitable off-road accessories. And, of course, nothing looks cooler than the big spare tire mount out back. The interior is simply the basics, and in an elemental ride like this, it''s all you want anyway. Custom buckets with 5-point Mastercraft harnesses are probably mandatory for serious rock climbing, and you don''t have to worry with that massive cage surrounding you. The entire interior has been coated in bed liner material, so go have fun and just hose it out when you''re done, no special attention required. The back seat remains in place so you can technically still take some friends with you, but they''d better hold on tight. A leather-wrapped Grant GT steering wheel provides a great place to hang on, and the dash has been fully upgraded with Auto Meter instruments. There''s also a CB, which is critical when you''re way out in the middle of nowhere, and the Sony AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo might be good when you get wherever you''re going. The engine is the stock 4.0 liter inline-six, which Jeep fans still hold in high regard for its virtually bulletproof nature. It features a new water pump and alternator, as well as an upgraded power steering system from PSC. It hangs on a set of Bomb Proof motor mounts and feeds an AX4 transmission. A BDS 4.5-inch suspension lift offers plenty of clearance for the big wheels, which hang off of custom-built axles: a Dana 44 up front and a Ford 9-inch out back, all stuffed with 4.88 gears. Custom driveshafts, skidplates, and a single exhaust system all tuck up high and out of the way, and this Jeep has already conquered some of the most demanding trails in the world: Moab, Tellico, Harlan, and River Rock. Massive 35x12.5-15 off-road Generals are wrapped around a set of black steel wheels that give it a butch attitude. Go-anywhere with this Jeep, and we mean that literally. Fully sorted, just the aftermarket equipment alone is worth more than the asking price. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.