The Jeep Gladiator is a victim – a victim of cool one-time concepts, that is. We've seen the nuclear off-roading midsize truck turn into different concepts by the actual marque on the annual Easter-jeep safari in Moab, Utah. And quite frankly, the gladiator couldn't be any cooler than these concepts.
Even artists have found a way to incorporate a retro look into the new Jeep truck, bringing the iconic styling back to the now more modern design of the gladiator – a perfect manifestation of the truck's timelessness.
However, this is the first time we have seen this: a gladiator dressed as a J-10 Honcho trim package from the late 1970s and early 1
Honcho was among the lines of the Gladiator J-series trucks that were modified and dressed to appeal to a more weighing market. One of the things that makes Honcho different from the rest of the J-10 is the ubiquitous array of decals. Black and the gold color combination is also quite iconic.
Now both the decals and the color combination were made tastefully on the Gladiator. Even better, Honcho brands are also placed on some parts of the car, as well as an embossed youth Jeep logo found on the tailgate. The grid has also been painted silver – just like the old J-10 trucks.
The modern Gladiator J-10 Honcho was created by a dealer in Wisconsin, called the Sleepy Hollow Chrysler Dodge Jeep, Inc. It was more than just a show car, equipped with multiple niches that not only appeal to aesthetic but functional as well.
With a name that means leader or top dog, the Gladiator J-10 Honcho recording looks like a boss to us. It's a problem, but the dealer's post didn't come with a price tag. If you are interested, do not hesitate to contact Sleepy Hollow Dealer to inquire about their custom creation.
Source : Sleepy Hollow Chrysler Dodge Jeep via Facebook