The Jeep Wrangler Rattletrap is a Beast on the Road

The Jeep Wrangler Rattletrap is a Beast on the Road
March 20, 2017 Man of Many

The Jeep Wrangler Rattletrap is a Beast on the Road

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The Jeep Wrangler Rattletrap, designed and built by Ontario-based Martin Barkey Racing Products, took nearly a year and a half to build and clearly it is worth the wait. The Rattletrap is no ordinary Jeep. This vehicle is a custom take on the 2007 Wrangler, and it is quite impressive.

With a powerful Cummins twin-turbo 5.9L 12-valve engine under the hood, the Rattletrap is quite the beast. The Wrangler Rattletrap rides on a custom frame that was widened and stretched out to accommodate the large Cummins engine.

This off-road vehicle can tackle just about anything from Utah’s extreme terrain to a post-apocalyptic world. There are not very obstacles that this monster can’t get over. Straight-up verticals and even large boulders are no match for the Rattletrap. With a bulletproof exterior, lockable handgun case and shotgun holder in the rear, this vehicle is ready for whatever comes its way.

Other notable exterior customizations include a custom roof, Ansani Designs fibreglass hood, 44-inch Pit Bull Rocker tires, River Raider tube fenders and a Ramsey 9500 lb winch.

The interior of the Wrangler Rattletrap is just as impressive as the exterior with custom racing harnesses, racing-inspired bucket seats and an interior roll roof. A billet steering wheel, ultra-lite gauges and air conditioning are just a few of the other interior features.

The designers did not forget about technology. Equipped with an onboard communication system by Rugged Radios and Satellite navigation, you’ll be able to easily find your way home if you get too far off the beaten path.

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