At SEMA, if the gigantic wheels and LED guided headlights didn’t give away this Ford cab-over-motor truck as something more than your emblematic ’48 COE, allow us to clear things up. It is a creature with a modded Cummins diesel motor, an Allison transmission, an AccuAir breezed mixture and a practice car-hauler bed supplied.
For a concept of how air-conditioned we think this regenerated COE is, we barely paid any attention to the sweet-looking practice truck it was carrying.
JCROffroad Snow Hawk
We could think of few acceptable structures for a Jeep aftermarket supplier to seize Jeepers’ attention at SEMA than a raised XJ Cherokee on tank tracks, so approvals to JCROffroad for its precipitation Hawk. The company touts the make as made for whatever, which seems inclined.
The full-size XJ was even joined on the show stand by a small remote-control model. Not to wory, we weren’t going to leave you hanging, that’s a Yeti sitting against the precipitation Hawk’s tank tread. We leave upto you if this is creature is with life.