Photo credit: LB Works via Car Scoops
Liberty Walk started out as a used car dealership in the early 1990s, mainly importing luxury vehicles, like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche, into Japan. Many years later, they debuted their iconic ultra wide body kits at the 2009 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. These were mainly for supercars, but now, they have revealed an LB-Works Fairline kit for the Jeep Wrangler, which will set you back $4,030 USD in an FRP material. Read more for additional pictures.
Available for both the Unlimited Sahara and Unlimited Rubicon models, the kit consists of a wide fender, front grille as well as fender bolts. You could also buy the pieces separately, or to be more specific, the wide fenders for $3,154 USD and the front grille alone for $880 USD. Unfortunately, these prices to not include shipping, which we imagine could be quite pricey from Japan depending on the method chosen.
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