American tactical vehicles have become huge and complicated over the years, to the point that considering a Jeep Wrangler as an alternative is almost counterintuitive. But that's where the American military's offroad prowess all started, after all, even if U.S. military planners show little inclination for going in…
Stand and fight, or run away? That's not a question most of us face each day, but big boy toymaker VWerks wants to make sure you'll have what you need to choose the former. Namely, a flame-throwing Dodge pickup and a .50-caliber-topped 1-ton Jeep. I got to drive both of them.
A few months ago, Jalopnik called on Chrysler to restore the sagging state of American manliness by building a Jeep Wrangler pickup. Today, Jeep finally announced the pricing and details for a kit version. While $5,499 ain't cheap, many good things aren't.