When we put a picture of Chris Warden’s TJ on our Facebook page, someone called it boring. Mind you, they also called it a Land Rover. It’s neither of those things – though it probably is fair to say that it’s less showy most of the Wranglers you see people building.
With an LPG conversion, 4.5-inch lift and even a DVD player, as well as a host of custom body parts executed in shiny chrome, Ray Hawkins’ fully restored 1979 Jeep CJ7 is not your average modded off-roader.
Devon 4x4 might not be a company you associate with lifestyle 4x4 accessories. But as this Wrangler shows, Simon Buck and co. can create quite a head-turner when they’re asked to – and it’ll still hold its own in the rough stuff.