Rubicon Express’ Hemi powered Jeep Wrangler (JK) Unlimited For Sale

Rubicon Express 2007 Jeep Wrangler HEMI powered JK

With the off road suspension manufacturer headed towards possibly bankruptcy, Ryan Wallace, the owner of Rubicon Express has put his HEMI powered 2007 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited up for sale. The JK hits the auction block the same time the April issue of 4 Wheel Drive & Sport Utility Magazine hits stores with the Jeep on the cover.      

4 Wheel Drive & Sport Utility April 2011 Rubicon ExpressThe Wrangler has been at numerous off road events around the country, and has been a test bed for several of the company’s products. Burnsville Off Road completed the $6,000 6.1L HEMI swap for Rubicon Express in May 2007. It also features AEV beadlock wheels with 37″ MTR’s tires, a 4.5″ RE long arm lift kit, custom black leather interior, TMD heat reduction hood, Wran Winch, Dynatrac ProRock 60 front and rear axles.

Currently Rubicon Express is closed pending restructuring.

Facebook AD for the Jeep Wrangler:

‘Tis the season for cool project vehicles to be sold. Here’s one you can purchase for much less than it would cost to build.

Rubicon Express is selling their 2007 JK Unlimited Rubicon. It’s built-to-the-hilt with 6.1 Hemi V8, Dynatrac ProRock 60 front and rearends, Rubicon Express long arm suspension, etc.

We’ve done a magazine feature on this Jeep and it’s on the cover of the April ’11 issue

If you’re interested, email Ryan Wallace at ryan@rubconexpress.com.”


Sources: (Facebook, Off Road Adventures, Burnsville Off Road)

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