Check Out These Rad Jeep Concepts for the 2018 Easter Jeep Safari

That vintage Wagoneer is everything we've ever wanted in an old Jeep

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Every year, the Easter Jeep Safari takes over Moab, Utah, as thousands of Jeep fans test the limits of their machines. Jeep always brings a bunch of tantalizing hot rods and concept trucks to show off at the event. Here are this year's Moab-bound concepts, just unveiled at a Jeep event in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

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Jeep Wagoneer Roadtrip

This looks like a restored stock Wagoneer. It's not. The classic body was draped over a massively modified chassis with five inches added to the wheelbase; reshaped wheel wells, custom bumpers and integrated rock rails complete the body mods. Dana 44 axles, four-link coil spring suspension, 17-inch wheels with 33-inch tires, and a modern 5.7-liter V8 and four-speed automatic make this a livable vintage beast.

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Jeep 4SPEED

Intended as a lightweight speedster take on the new JL Wrangler, this concept has had 950 lbs removed thanks to a carbon fiber hood, fender flares and rear tub. A raked windshield, enlarged door openings and custom roll cage give it a swoopy appearance; the rig is shortened 22 inches on the stock wheelbase, and thanks to the weight loss, it sits two inches higher on factory suspension. The 4SPEED uses the Wrangler's new 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder and eight-speed auto.

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Jeep Sandstorm

This is the Wrangler's take on a Baja desert racer. Based on a four-door JL Wrangler with custom pickup-style bodywork, the Sandstorm's front axle was moved forward four inches and the rear moved back two inches with longarm suspension and up to 18 inches of travel. Dynatrac 60 axles, 17-inch beadlocks and 39.5-inch BFGoodrich tires put down the power, provided by a 6.4-liter V8 and six-speed stick from the Mopar performance catalog.

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Jeep B-Ute

Showcasing the Jeep Performance Parts catalog's Renegade offerings, this cheeky li'l truckster has a 1.5-inch lift kit, roof rack and rock rails. 17-inch wheels and BFGoodrich T/A Baja Champion tires give this Renegade some major attitude.

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Nacho Jeep

Another Jeep Performance Parts catalog display, this beefed-up Wrangler Rubicon has plenty of LED auxiliary lighting including a military-inspired rear scouting light that indicates trail conditions (red is stopped, amber is 1-3 mph, green is 3-25 mph). A two-inch lift kit gives room for 37-inch tires on beadlocks; rock rails, tube doors, and upgraded bumpers round out the improvements. Wonder how they came up with the name?

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Jeep Jeepster

Inspired by the 1966 Jeepster, this Wrangler Rubicon has a classic two-tone paint job. The roof has been chopped two inches, with the rear window raked forward for classic Jeepster proportions. Jeep Performance Parts lights and lift kit givve this Wrangler the off-road chops to accompany the classic good looks.

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Jeep J-Wagon

Starting out as a four-door Wrangler Sahara, the J-Wagon has upgrades for the street and trail. A JPP custom hood with snorkel cutout ensures clean clear intake air; LED auxiliary lights give illumination off-road. 17-inch wheels and 35-inch BFGoodrich tires offer clearance and style. The body, painted a custom Warm Neutral Gray with Brass Monkey accents, is classy and stylish.

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