Are you looking for a pure military-looking American all-terrain vehicle? One opportunity would be the chance to bid on the 2011 Call of Duty Black Ops Jeep, fully customized, which is to be auctioned off soon. With tickets costing $25 each, anyone may enter as many times as they wish.
The car was previously donated to the Army Rangers by Xtreme Outfitters, and now will be auctioned for charity. The car has undergone heavy customization to rise up to the expectations, being added Dana 44 front and Dana 60 rear axles, by Dynatrac, and a Burnsville 5.7-liter Hemi v8 powerplant connected to a five-speed automatic transmission system.
The crafters also added an extra-lift to the car by adding a TeraFlex 4-inch long arm kit. The comfort hadn’t been downed at all; the vehicle now comprises Fox 2.0 performance shocks for all terrain types. There have been made a lot of improvements to the looks as well, through the addition of front SRC stinger and rear XRC bumpers, with adjustable tire mounting.
These were made by Smittybilt. Furthermore, they were decorated from place to place with 9 mm pistol-shots. BMF have also put their hands on the project with the Novakane 17×9-inch wheels. For all the 4×4 fans and enthusiasts out there, this is a once-in-a-life-time occasion to get out of limits.