This custom Jeep pickup is a spitting image of the Renegade Comanche Diesel Concept (pictured below) that showed face at Moab 2016. If you’re itching for the release of the upcoming Jeep Wrangler JL-based pickup truck and just can’t seem to wait, then you may want to take a look at this custom-built 2015 Jeep Renegade pickup spotted on eBay. Just don’t expect it to be cheap, as the current bid on this Jeep pickup sits at a stout $30,900.00. On the other hand, if you’re set on waiting for the Wrangler JL-based Jeep pickup, then enjoy perusing through these professional renditions and spy shots. In addition to the conversion, this Renegade features a 1.5-inch lift, custom rims, and a tan and black Kelvar finish.
as informed in
Jeep Renegade Pickup Conversion
This custom-built Jeep Renegade “Comanche” appeared on eBay and Craigslist recently, and we couldn’t help wonder how it came to be. Their wish will be fulfilled next year in the form of the new Wrangler, but for now, we think this wild Renegade pickup conversion will do just fine. So if you’re in the market for a Jeep pickup, but don’t want to wait for the new Wrangler, this Renegade conversion could be the car for you. So we called up its builder, Allen, to see what it took to create the world’s only Renegade pickup. Instead of getting it redone to factory spec, he cut the body off from the B-pillar back and got to work creating a tiny Jeep pickup.
You Can Buy This Jeep Renegade ‘Comanche’ Pickup on eBay Right Now
But for those who don’t want to wait until 2019 for your Wrangler pickup , you can buy this one-off Jeep Renegade that has been converted into a small truck on eBay right now . Many Jeep enthusiasts with fond memories of the automaker’s previous truck offerings were thrilled when a Wrangler-based pickup truck was announced. This Renegade has been rebranded as a Comanche—Jeep’s last pickup truck that was based on the XJ Cherokee. Though the eBay posting says it still has a factory warranty the status of some body components may be questionable with these modifications. The eBay posting provides no information on who did the conversion, how it was made, or what materials were used, but it certainly looks the part and appears more rugged than the standard Renegade.
to read more visit us Jeep
collected by :John Max