This V8 hemi-powered Jeep is on sale for nearly $100,000

Will speed and power lead you to buy this?

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If for some odd reason you want a Jeep Gladiator from 2014, powered by huge engine with a 2.9-liter supercharger, today is your lucky day.

Meet this 2014 Jeep Wrangler, which has been tweaked just a little bit by a company called Starwood. They built this custom Jeep for the SEMA show in 2014. They started by chopping the back end off and making it a pickup, and then, they put a 7.0-liter Hemi V8, making an unknown amount of horsepower. What we do know is that it has a massive 2.9-liter supercharger and a fuel system that is capable of 1,200 horsepower. Fair to say this engine is in Hellcat territory.

Various other mods have been done to the Jeep, though most of them are offroad-focused. For example, there's a 12,000 pound Warn winch, an Icon Dule steering stabilizer and Icon coilovers, 37-inch Mud tires, and a stronger rear and front bumper.

Oddly enough, the build does offer a bucket-full of LEDs, peppered all throughout the interior, the bed, and even the undercarriage. And of course, there's the giant light bar on the roof.

Having a mega-supercharged Jeep with a 7.0 liter Hemi V8 in it does come at a price. That price is $99,000, and it can be yours right now on eBay! So then, will this be your latest edition to your garage, or is this the biggest waste of money in the world?

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Comments (19)

  • Trying to recoup the money spent for a SEMA build is not a new concept. Expecting someone to fall for it, not a new concept either. A man once said there is one born every minute!

      8 months ago
  • I will just take an upcoming Bronco

      8 months ago
  • I have a jeep wrangler tjl, not as modded as that mind you, but I only paid $8k for it. Not that I have $99k to blow but I wouldn't on that if I had it.

      8 months ago
  • So they ruined a perfectly good Jeep Gladiator.

      8 months ago
    • I don't think they made one in 2014

        8 months ago
    • That’s a wrangler with a “big red” pickup conversion. Which was a cool aftermarket option from 5 or so years ago but even with the hemi not a good business decision- 100k🤨

        8 months ago