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Of course we're not just talking about paint here. Finding a drivetrain that we can assemble quickly over the next three months, that is reliable in the dirt, and can be easily fixed if anything goes wrong is a priority. Plus a suspension that can take the abuse of a week of wild wheeling, yet still be ready to put in hundreds of miles of highway to the next rock pile, mud hole, or sand dune is a requirement. However we don't want to bore you with the same old Jeep build just rehashed and stuffed in a new body.

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