The Jeep Wrangler was built to be rugged and capable of traversing terrain that would be impossible for other vehicles. To exemplify the Jeep’s true purpose, Starwood Motors created the Nomad, a Project Jeep that feels right at home in the deserts of Moab, Utah.
The Nomad began as a Rubicon Unlimited that can tackle any trail thanks to the Teraflex long arm system; Fox Shocks and steering stabilizer; Anti Rock sway bars, axle trusses and axle sleeves; RCV Axles; G2 5.13 gears and ARB differential covers installed by Starwood Motors.
If you happen to be driving the Nomad out in the desert and don’t want to bother driving to a hotel, don’t worry. Starwood Motors installed a Smittybilt Overland rack that includes a top-mounted tent to keep you safe from elements and environment.
Other key features of this extreme Jeep are the full front and rear LED lights, custom compartments in rear side windows for fuel/fresh water cans, Warn Dual Powerhouse winch (compressor and winch), Smittybilt generator and ARB portable fridge/freezer.
Needless to say, the Nomad is trail rated and ready to take you on an adventure for just $107,888. To see the full details on the car, click the button below.
(Source: Starwood Motors)
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