Jeep Wranglers are a staple of American Culture, just like Coca-Cola, Denim Jeans and American Football. The Jeep name is synonymous with American Culture, the Jeep brand was founded back in 1943 due to necessity. The Jeep brand got its start thanks to World War II. Right before the American Military went overseas to war they quickly realized they didn’t have a vehicle that could traverse the territory in Europe. So the American Military gave Willys-Overland 49 short days to come up with a prototype. Luckily Willys-Overland rose up to the challenge and presented the United States Military with the Iconic Willy’s Jeep we now know and love today.
Its been over 65 years since Willys first gave us the first prototype of the Jeep and things have come a long way since then. Jeep now offers five different models of vehicles; Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Compass, Renegade and the Cherokee KL. But the one we’re going to focus on is the Iconic Jeep Wrangler. Though the Jeep Wrangler wasn’t available until 1986, almost 43 years after the original, most seem to agree that the Jeep Wrangler is a direct decedent of the original Willy’s Jeep. The current version of the Wrangler is the fourth generation, introduced in 2017. The Wrangler has come a long way ever since the first one rolled off the line in 1943. But one thing that hasn’t changed over all the years, the customization.
Jeep Wranglers have a seemingly endless options that you can add to them. Now most of the time car owners have to turn toward the aftermarket community to modify their cars. But not for Jeeps, these cars come with tons of customization possibilities right from the factory. Not to mention that the doors and roof can come completely off. Because of how deep the Jeep community is and all the extra aftermarket parts available for this car, you tend to see some heavily customized and unique Wranglers. This Wrangler here is no exception. This Wrangler is finished in a custom color and all the accents such as door handles, grilles and fender arches are finished in blue. This Jeep was already looking aggressive and tough, but it wasn’t enough. The guys over a MC Customs knew a custom set of wheels needed to be just as wild as the car they were going on. So they settled on a set of AG Luxury Wheels AGL37 in Spec 2. The wheels were color matched to the car to complete the look.
Check out more photos of the entire Jeep Wrangler in the gallery down below.
Shop: MC Customs Miami
Tires : FUEL Gripper M/T (35 x 12.5 x 22)
Wheels: AG Luxury Wheels AGL37 Spec 2 Three Piece (22×11)