It made a brief appearance at the beginning of the fourth Furious film, and it's for sale. Many cool cars – not to mention trucks, buggies, classics, hot rods, street rods, military assault vehicles, and tanks – have graced movie screens in the Fast and Furious franchise. Here’s one you may or may not recall depending on your level of fandom for the films, and if you have $32,500, you can park it in your garage. Also check out: Who's Bad Enough To Buy Michael Jackson's Ferrari Testarossa 'Vert? Nissan 350Z From Tokyo Drift Is For Sale In UK for $133K See Jesse From Fast And Furious 1 Reunite With His VW Jetta This 1967 Chevrolet C-10 pickup garnered its 15 minutes of fame at the beginning of the fourth film , Fast and Furious , and though it’s pretty darned cool, we wouldn’t blame you for not immediately recognizing it. That’s because the aforementioned 15 minutes was actually more like 15 seconds , with the truck blasting into frame and pulling a … [Read more...] about Are You Fast And Furious Enough To Buy This ’67 Chevy C-10 Truck?
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It's still completely covered, so a debut probably won't happen for awhile. We haven’t seen much of Jeep’s prototype Scrambler pickup running around, so when spy photos crop up – especially good ones like this batch – we take notice. This heavily camouflaged tester was caught prowling the streets near FCA’s North American headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan, giving us a pretty close look at the forthcoming model. We’ve suspected that the truck will be based on the long-wheelbase Wrangler Unlimited platform, and this test vehicle certainly supports that theory. Overall, we expect this truck to fit somewhere in the mid-size category, competing with vehicles like the Chevy Colorado , Toyota Tacoma , and new Ford Ranger which is expected to debut shortly at the Detroit Auto show. Officially revealed (with a different name): 2020 Jeep Gladiator Debuts: Wrangler Truck With Off-Road Chops 5 Fascinating Facts About The Jeep Gladiator's Production … [Read more...] about Jeep Scrambler Pickup Spied On The Streets Near FCA HQ
With the rumor mill now leaning towards Gladiator for the Jeep pickup, we figured it would be the right time to refresh your memory about the previous one. Name: Jeep Gladiator Debuted: January 2005 at North American International Auto Show in Detroit Specs: four-cylinder 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine, 163 horsepower, 295 pound-feet (400 Newton-meters) of torque, six-speed manual transmission, four-wheel drive, 4,150 pounds (1,882 kilograms) weight Why We Remember It Now: With Jeep allegedly dusting off the “Gladiator” moniker for its new pickup truck (formerly known as "Scrambler"), this week’s Concept We Forgot is dedicated to the namesake concept introduced nearly 14 years ago. It was way back in 1962 when Jeep introduced the “Gladiator” moniker for a fullsize pickup truck based on the Wagoneer. Much like the latter is making a comeback in standard and Grand Wagoneer forms, the “Gladiator” name is about to be revived if we were to rely on the rumor … [Read more...] about 2005 Jeep Gladiator: Concept We Forgot
If the info is accurate, here's the new Jeep pickup weeks before you're supposed to see it. It looks like someone at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles could be in trouble. A set of Jeep Gladiator photos allegedly pulled from FCA’s website have leaked, according to JeepGladiatorForum.com . If the photos are the real deal, it’s the much-anticipated Jeep pickup a full two weeks before we’re supposed to see it at the Los Angeles Auto Show . Update: Jeep Gladiator Hercules Performance Version In The Works? 2020 Jeep Gladiator Configurator Goes Live, But No Pricing Yet Here's A Jeep Gladiator Easter Egg You Probably Didn't Notice Jeep Gladiator Upgrades Already Available From Mopar And that’s not all – apparently, the press release for the new truck was leaked in the website error as well, detailing everything you could want to know about the Gladiator. We’re digging through the information now, but the highlights include a 3.6-liter V6 … [Read more...] about 2020 Jeep Gladiator Photos And Info Allegedly Leaked Online
They have a paramilitary look about them. Car fans with an addiction for blockbuster Hollywood films have had it nice for the last decade or so. Between the Transformers and Fast & Furious franchises we've had all kinds of automotive eye candy to see on the big screen, and since filming has to take place somewhere, it means those cool cars are sometimes caught out in the open. The new Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw is currently filming in Hawaii, and it looks like the new Jeep Gladiator will play a supporting role in the flic. See The Hobbs & Shaw Trailer: Hobbs & Shaw Trailer Makes Fast & Furious Look Realistic Admittedly, the new Jeep Gladiator isn’t quite as fetching as a Lamborghini , but it could be the coolest new pickup truck in the segment. A member of JeepGladiatorForum.com named Wizzard005 spotted a couple Gladiators on the island of Kauai, perched atop a flatbed trailer with what appears to be a … [Read more...] about Jeep Gladiators Spotted In Hawaii For Hobbs & Shaw Movie