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Icon reveals their 1965 Jeep Wagoneer project

Jonathan Ward hits it out of the park once again.
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Designed to be the ultimate family beach machine, Icon reveals its latest customer project, a 1965 Kaiser Jeep Wagoneer. Founder and Lead Designer Jonathan Ward chose a first-gen "shovel-nose" Wagoneer for the build, which features a whole host of modern upgrades. 

The Wagoneer features Fox coilovers with Eibach springs, custom Dyantrac Dana axles, Brembo Brakes, 31.5-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tires, and 18x8 Icon/Circle Racing billet wheels that are color matched to the body. Power comes from a GM Erod LS3 that produces 420-hp and is mated to a Gearstar GM 4L80E automatic with an Advance Adapters Atlas transfer case. Obviously the details don't end there, but we'll let Jonathan Ward take it from here to give you the full download up top.

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