Based on a 1947 Jeep ‘CJ2A’ chassis, Hauk Designs built upon the classic body, and added several Steampunk-inspired, post-apocalyptic body panels, like dogged 44 inch pit bull tires as well as B.A.D. ‘beadlock’ wheels, while the gear shift lever recycled from a fire truck’s pump handle. However, it’s not just all looks, as it’s V12 engine, sourced from a school bus, now boasts 700 hp and 1200 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“For added character it features skull logos engraved in its custom HID projector headlamps, a leather and maple wood interior, a Kicker sound system, and the windshield is re-purposed safety glass from a house. Hauk Designs’ vision is to create the ‘ultimate’ go-anywhere machines, combining the luxury and styling of high performance vehicles with unparalleled off-road capabilities, made to last,” reports Design Boom.