A Colorado man spent three years converting an old busted Jeep into an  exact replica of one of the JURASSIC PARK jeeps.  He had already worked  on a Ecto-1 replica and this would be his next project. 
The original Jeep cost only $4000 and he spent the next three years  working it into a replica of Car #18.  It took a lot of junkyard diving,  ordering parts and paint jobs, but it’s now road ready.
I’m not a big “movie memorabilia” guy but there’s  something about this Jeep that I really dig.  Maybe it’s that, unlike  most memorabilia/replica stuff that just sits on a desk, you can  actually drive this around and mess with people.
Click here to see a ton of pictures from the making of the Jeep and how exactly it was made.

A Colorado man spent three years converting an old busted Jeep into an exact replica of one of the JURASSIC PARK jeeps. He had already worked on a Ecto-1 replica and this would be his next project. 

The original Jeep cost only $4000 and he spent the next three years working it into a replica of Car #18. It took a lot of junkyard diving, ordering parts and paint jobs, but it’s now road ready.

I’m not a big “movie memorabilia” guy but there’s something about this Jeep that I really dig. Maybe it’s that, unlike most memorabilia/replica stuff that just sits on a desk, you can actually drive this around and mess with people.

Click here to see a ton of pictures from the making of the Jeep and how exactly it was made.