The Jeep Hunter Finds a Nice Black Stock Wrangler JK and a Few Others

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So they we were out in the big bad world of automobiles, trucks, and SUV. Looking, that’s not right, hunting for Jeeps and we found this fun little Black Stock Wrangler JK 2 door. What makes this JK so fun is that it is mostly stock with a few upgrades that give it enough to look fairly good.

I like to find Jeeps where the owners are on the way to fixing them up. Because that is the fun of owning a JK, and that is the journey from stock to built out.

First, there are white lenses that have been changed out from the amber bulbs. They then replace the white bulbs inside the housing with amber LED bulbs to make the lights brighter.

It is a Sahara model with all the lettering, stock antenna that should be upgraded with a new antenna (see our article on good antennas for the JK model), running boards that are stock, and an upgraded fuel door. The soft top is perfect for the area where the sun shines most of the time.

And finally stock bumpers that are painted, as well as painted fenders are all the signature look of the Sahara model. So this little JK just might one day grow up and be a real built out beast. As for now, it is fun and a capable sun chaser for the beach area.

Other Jeeps we hunted this week were a stock white Jeep Patriot model. This model always reminds me of the old Jeep Cherokee XJ model. Then we saw a bone stock base model Jeep Wrangler 2 Door JK model in blue. The top is down and this person is ready for some fun in the sun.

Another slightly upgraded Wrangler JK 4 door model, but this one is in white. This unlimited model has the newer Jeep rims that look cool. Upgraded front and rear heavy duty bumpers and a cool Jeep fuel door.

And finally to round the hunted Jeeps out we have a bone stock Jeep Grand Cherokee WK in black. Nothing special on this model except for the door wind deflectors. So there you have it a weeks worth of hunted Jeeps out in the wild. We find them, shoot them (with a camera), and bring them for you to see.

Remember if you see any Jeeps out there please post them to our FACEBOOK page.