A 1962 Jeep CJ-7 wouldn’t be our first thought when trying to find a donor vehicle for a Viper V10, but we’re sure glad this guy did. The CJ-7 body panels were replaced with aluminum pieces and the suspension was revamped to harness the power of the V10 beast under the hood. We’re sure this would make for an impressive rock crawler if it wasn’t for the $12k paint job that screams trailer queen.
Though not the same CJ-7, we’ve found a video of a V10 Jeep in action with ¼ mile runs at the end.
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