Yeah but how many people actually do that these days? Not many. If they do it's with a passenger version of a cargo van. Just look at what most people do with Wranglers these days and that will tell you what should really be done here.Wouldn't mind seeing a few more shots of that camper Jeep. That's the epitome of what I think the Jeep brand stands for, adventure and going to new places. But those roof tents aren't exactly cheap.
That goes for any show where high quality builds are to be expected, SEMA is SEMA after all. A lot of tops builds are focused around having a debut at SEMA. Even in Japan at the Tokyo Auto Salon and similar high caliber shows you see the same thing play out.Always interesting to see what the precieved market value of something is at these auctions depending on how much someone is willing to spend on it. I somewhat equate the SEMA Wrangler to a piece of artwork, beauty is in the eye of the beholders as they say.
Yeah but most people go for individual mods unless we're talking about a JK8 or something similar, there was that one company that built some expensive JK8's, but as well as those sold you don't see or hear about them enough.Aren't there companies out there who sell already modded Wranglers for a lot of money? I imagine this is similar and there will be collectors or enthusiasts out there who are willing to pay a pretty penny for one.
On another note, will they be selling the individual parts used in the auction build?