When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

The guys at MBRP Performance Exhaust of Ontario, Canada know their way around some high-gloss, high-strength fabrication work. Their current project? An extended, diesel-powered four-door Jeep pickup.

Two donor trucks gave their lives so Rattle Trap might live: a Dodge Ram 2500 and its straight-six Cummins 12-valve diesel, and a Jeep Wrangler four-door, which was stripped bearer than an all-nude review and its frame lengthened by 17" and a pickup bed added. Long story short, they did the work, shoehorned in the diesel, and now it just needs finishing work.

We'll be following this on the company's Facebook page, and you should, too.

(Hat tip to Mike!)

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring

When a Jeep and a Ram mate they make diesel Jeep-truck offspring