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 |  Oct 28 2010, 8:47 AM

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Chrysler‘s high-performance Mopar division has already teased and revealed a few of its SEMA projects and now they’ve released a short video of a few more Moparized models headed to the world’s largest aftermarket expo. The three vehicles covered have actually been shown one before, but their debut wasn’t well publicized, taking place at the 44th annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.

Of the trio, the Jeep NuKaiser 715 easily stands out, based on the J8 military vehicle. Using a 2.8-liter diesel engine, it’s off-road capable thanks to Dynatrac axles and 38-inch BFG tires. Designed to look like the original Kaiser truck, it features a chopped top and an aftermarket AEV Brute pickup box designed for he TJ.

The second Jeep is the Wrangler J7 Stripper that does away with frivolous items like fog lights and carpets, while adding a two-inch lift and 35-inch Mickey Thompson tires.

Finally, there’s the Ram Power Wagon. Based on the Ram 1500 it features a a 4-inch suspension lift an massive 40-inch tires, plus plenty of custom bodywork.

Coverage of the 2010 SEMA Show starts November 2nd here. Until then, check out our SEMA Preview here.

GALLERY: Mopar Off-Road Concepts for SEMA

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[Source: CarScoop]

Check out the video after the jump:

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