Discussion in 'Roxor Tech' started by 1957Willys, Oct 6, 2018.
They aren't afraid to hide their history FCA probably loves it haha!
I looked at one recently up close.. the layout is identical to an early CJ.. The boxed frame is very solid looking and it's very simple overall..
Consumers still want something basic, without all the add ons. American manufacturers have not listened to the consumer. Roxor has the attention of the basic 4 wheel drive group. Something basic,a trail vehicle with proven genetics. These new parts will give new life to old jeeps.
The latest NRA magazine "American Hunter" has a 2 page story with photos.
They are a sweet hunting rig, basically like any old Willys would be. It’s basically a bobbed perkins early CJ6 or stretched 5, however you wanna think about it.
I keep looking at them, and want one, other than the fact that I keep thinking that my jeep will end up very similar, but will be a real jeep with street legal antique tags.
If I wasn't so close to having a completed running drivetrain and so far from having a solid body, I would consider throwing a cj6 body on the chassis. I think that would be a sweet combo with that diesel and 5 speed!
I was kinda in the same spot.
I’m hoping the Roxor results in more restores and less resto-mods.
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