the shop mag jeep project charity

Omix-ADA has partnered with the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer on a Jeep build to help raise awareness and increase support for the nonprofit’s cause.

The inspiration for the build comes from one of the rarest Jeeps ever produced: The 1971 Jeep Hurst Edition Commando. Based off of a basic two-door wagon, the Jeep Commando was treated to a host of styling goodies by Hurst Performance, including a hood-mounted tachometer, air scoop, dual-gate shifter, special Hurst badging and its legendary Champagne White paint with red and blue striping.

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