Home / Auto News / News article: Custom Jeep Wrangler Being Auctioned to Benefit National Park Foundation - AutoGuide.com News
 |  Aug 25 2011, 12:45 PM

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The auction for the first 2011 Jeep Wrangler customized with Xplore’s Stage 4 package is now up on eBay with 100% of the profits to benefit the National Park Foundation. The unique, hand-built and highly exclusive Wrangler will also come with an annual pass to all national parks and monuments, a once-in-a-lifetime camping experience at a national park of the winner’s choice, plus the winner will be featured in an upcoming issue of Xplore Great Outdoors Magazine.

The stage 4 Xplore package features a great collection of modifications to the Wrangler but most noticeable is its matte clear over dark green paint. Mopar equips the Wrangler with 2.5-inch suspension lift kit, equipped with Bilstein shocks, while the Wrangler has a menacing note thanks to a stainless steel exhaust from Mopar. On all four corners are black wheels from Method Racing wrapped with BFG’s MK2 mud terrain tires. ARB gives the Wrangler aesthetic upgrades with their front and rear bumper while a Thule roof rack should satisfy every hardcore campers needs.

On the inside, Xplore embroidered floor mats and cargo mat enhance the look while Katzkin black leather and suede interior gives the Wrangler a little bit of luxury. Options included on the Wrangler include GPS, power steering, power brakes and more.

The auction will be up until the 29th, so make sure you jump on in if you’re interested!

GALLERY: Xplore Adventure Series Jeep Wrangler

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