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This Starwood Motors Jeep with Center Line Wheels is a Show Stopper!

Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X Wheels

Time to grab the off-road spotlight.

The summer may be winding down but there’s still plenty of time to have fun on the trails and at quite a few car shows around the country. For the big Lucas Oil Offroad Expo in Pomona, California, Starwood Motors and Center Line Wheels teamed up to create a rugged Jeep Wrangler that will easily steal the spotlight.

Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X Wheels

While this white and black Jeep Wrangler looks like a mean machine now, it started off as a stripped-apart, naked SUV before the Starwood Motors team worked their magic at their headquarters in Dallas, Texas. The entire body, Lifted Targa top, Rampage 3D grille, and the new AEV heat-reduction hood was sanded and given a coat of Bright White Kevlar. On the new hood, the Rubicon logos and the bulge in the center both feature a black paint with red outline. Other parts such as the bumpers, XRC Body Armor, and more wear a contrasting black finish to stand out with their added performance and style.

Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X Wheels

Staring ahead on the Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler is a set of Black Bentley Mulsane headlights sitting above the tough Poison Spyder JK Brawler Light front bumper with Brawler Bar for protection. Here, a new Poison Spyder Aluminum Hawse Fairlead protects the Warn Winch with bright Factor55 “The Splicer” Red shackle mount. KC Hilites 4.0-inch LZR LED lights are positioned inside the bumper and on the A-Pillar to blaze a trail ahead.

Moving towards the rear, the Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler dominates with its XRC body cladding, black door handles, and AMP Power Steps. The rear of the Wrangler boasts a new Poison Spyder Rock Brawler II bumper with Tire Carrier and Recon Taillights to continue the custom-tailored rugged theme.

Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X Wheels

And while this beastly white and black Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler looks like it can conquer anything, what sits underneath really unlocks the SUV’s true capabilities. Here, Starwood Motors installed a 3.5-inch Superflex short-arm lift kit along with coil spring spacers. A new steering stabilizer helps keep things under control while the 3.6-liter Pentastar benefits from a new ProCal tuning module to unleash some added power.

Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X Wheels

Hiding all those goodies is a new set of Center Line Wheels that provide the perfect balance of off-road functionality and head-turning style. The new Center Line RT1X wheels measure 10.0 x 20 at the front and rear axles, and boast vibrant red trim rings and satin black lips with exposed hardware. The five-spoke wheels are also shod in 37/12.5 R20 Nitto Tire Grappler tires to ensure the Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler can go anywhere with ease.

Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X Wheels

The custom-tailored approach continues even to the interior. Here, Starwood Motors put their best craftsmen to work once again to give the off-road machine a more comfortable and welcoming atmosphere as it rides through the rough terrain. A smooth Black Macho Cinturino Nappa leather with red inverted piping, red stiching, and red insert with central black stripe on the heated seats gives driver and passengers a smooth ride no matter where the SUV goes.

Starwood Motors Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X Wheels

The new Starwood Motors custom-tailored Jeep Wrangler with Center Line RT1X wheels will be shown at the upcoming Lucas Oil Offroad Expo in Pomona, CA on October 1st and 2nd before being put on display at the vendor hall at the Barret Jacksons Las Vegas auction from October 13th to 15th.

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Source: Center Line Wheels
Photography Credit: Tristan Buster, Starwood Motors

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