These are just our favorite trucks. The Gladiator was a much more modern full-size pickup than Jeep's earlier workhorses. This Jeep was contemporary enough that, with a few updates and styling changes, it stayed in production without a ground-up redesign for 24 years. The earliest Gladiators used an advanced six-cylinder engine, while larger V-8 engines were optional throughout the life of the Gladiator and later J and J trucks. By , the J-trucks received a new frame, and an awesomely disco "Honcho" package became available in the late 70s.
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Part product seminar, trade show, cruise-in, and hands-on experience, this aftermarket monster of a car convention is the final say in automotive over-excess. Keep up the good work Joey and Cody, this is the kind of build we like to see! From off-road-ready to barely off the ground, this slammed GMC single cab is a prime example of what the right air setup from a top notch company like AccuAir Suspension can do for your ride. Maxxis Tires had a really sweet booth this year, complete with wood chips, sod, and a Jeep that had been outfitted for one hell of a fun weekend in the Appalachians. Post-apocalyptic as all hell, and loaded with enough artillery to take down a small militia, this Jeep is a monster machine like no other, and seemed to draw a large crowd around the clock. Sitting pretty at the Bully Dog booth was a Toyota Tundra of monolithic proportions. Rocking light bars, spike-encrusted fender flares, and all manner of off-road upgrade, the company that specializes in performance air induction systems and ECU programming really made a statement this year with this beast.