The Japanese Liberty Walk tuner is well known for its great body work, delivering unique results in each of its manufactured body kits and if anything the modifier was missing. Wataru Kato is getting into the most popular SUV, the Jeep Wrangler.
Today we bring you the latest Japanese madness, a modification that makes the Jeep Wrangler look like a real tactical vehicle out of a game of the very same Call of Duty. This kit called LB-Works Fairline, is available for both the Sahara and Rubicon versions.
Totally new front, angry grille, reinforced bumper and windshield, exposed steel doors, no panels, open roof and rims with wheels of a considerable diameter, are some of the parts that are appreciated in the images that circulate in the network.
The kit is still in development, however some parts such as the grill and the fender can already be ordered in a package that costs around $81,000 pesos. What is a fact is that it looks amazing and we definitely want it… Sure, if we had a Jeep.
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The news LB-Works Fairline, the Jeep Wrangler shines with all the style of the famous Japanese tuner, Liberty Walk was originally published in Motorpasión Mexico by Raúl Silva.