Price Drop! Project Creep It Real Could Be Your Next Rig!

The 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport that was project Creep It Real on XOR is now for sale! You can check out the listing by Streetside Classics here and see the Jeep in action tomorrow night on NBCSN on the XOR Adventure at 10pm! Watch as the Jeep is put to the test on the trails and see how it handles with all of its upgrades!

The 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport was rebuilt to be the ultimate rock crawling machine. And as you pour over all the details on this stout and professional build, don’t forget that this is one of the few that come with desirable comforts like A/C. It took true craftsmanship to get this kind of all-out JK Jeep. And best of all, because all the hard work is video documented, you can show off with your smartphone on your breaks from the trail. It starts with a full custom ExoCage brand cage. You know it was done just for this build because it even has the “Creep It Real” nickname welded onto the steel. It also has all the right exterior components for the ideal crawler, including Aries Trail Crusher bumpers, Body Armor JK doors, Mocha LED light bars, multiple GoPro mounts, and a Warn Zeon 12 Platinum Series winch with a strong synthetic cable. And while the classic cars are usually the ones who have the nice chrome, the KMC XD Machete beadlock 17-inch wheels add some style to the function.

Inside, the full cage and five-point G-Force harnesses instantly remind you this is a purpose-built machine. But don’t forget, the JK is one of the most accommodating Jeeps ever. So you get a set of bucket seats that are all-day comfy. And there are creature comforts you don’t get in most rock crawlers like the AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input and cold-blowing modern air conditioning. Of course, those front and rear locker buttons in the middle of the dash are not at all stock elements.

Under the hood, the fuel-injected 3.6-liter motor and five-speed automatic transmission have already proved themselves out on the trail, and so you don’t need to mess with perfection. Where the heavy-duty work really took place was beneath it. The suspension has been seriously beefed up with a complete Synergy Stage Four kit that includes a full 6″ lift, long arms, and rear 8″ stretch. And there are Fox 2.0 performance shocks at each wheel. You have strong Dana Ultimate 60 axles front & rear, as well as Eaton electric lockers front & rear. While all of this makes an exceptionally tough crawler, one of the really special additions is the four-speed transfer case. Add in the upgraded brake kit on the four-wheel discs, power steering, and Maxxis Razor MT tires, and you soon realize this TV star is more of a genuine stuntman. The sale comes with paperwork like the original window sticker and owner’s manual, but really, we know your favorite documentation are the four episodes featuring the Jeep.