Jeep Wrangler JK

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YOU ARE BIDDING ON A UNIQUE JEEP WRANGLER JK – A PART OF HISTORY. This vehicle was custom built for Eric Lichtbach, the President/Owner of Olympic 4X4 Products. For those of you who do not know, Olympic 4X4 Products was the longest standing independent manufacture of accessories for Jeeps. Originally established in 1948, it is a one-of-a-kind company. This vehicle for sale was integral to the development of Olympic’s JK variety of uniquely styled Bumpers, Utility Racks, and other accessories. This Jeep has traveled throughout the United States participating and sponsoring in all the major Jeep events from coast to coast, including Moab Jeep Safari, Terra Del Sol Desert Safari, Daytona Jeep Beach. It has driven on the Daytona Internationals Speed Way Track, Raush Park, Sema Show in Las Vegas, The Hump and Bump in Valley of Fire, Death Valley, Sierra Trek, Forest Feast in Big Bear, Desert Splash in Parker Arizona, Sand Hill near St. George Utah and has transverse the world-famous Rubicon Trail ten times.
In Moab it conquered Hells Revenge, Moab Rim, Pritchard Canon, etc. It was featured in every major off-road publication specializing in Jeep vehicles in Olympics’ national advertisement campaign and seen in catalogs from Quadratec, Extreme Terrains, JC Whitney, 4WD Hardware, and Four Wheel Parts.
he customization on this vehicles includes Superior Gears’ high alloy axels, 513 Ring and Pinons, new Red Neck hydraulic ram assist steering, Advance Adapters Atlas 4 plus transfer case with ten to one gear ratio, Dick Cepek 37” Fun Country ll Tires, custom 10” x 17” Wheels, one-of-a-kind Bad Ass Front Winch Bumper with 12,000 pound capacity winch, 2 pair of unique duo D Ring Shackle Mounts, two tubular front grill and radiator protection bars, and welded on vertical and horizontal plans with stanchion joining the two bars providing superior protection and strength. Additionally, KC HiLights high density headlights light the road (or trail) ahead. The Smuggler Rear Bumper has been enhanced per Eric’s specification for the best clearance to avoid trail obstacles such as boulders and trees. Olympics Rear Smuggler bumpers were engineered to house a winch in the rear bumper to make it easier to remove itself from dangerous position or assist vehicles behind it without turning around on a tight trail. The suspension features Rock Krawlers’ 5.5” long arm system with Rock Krawlers’ superior Nitrogen Gas Shocks and specialty coil springs for an improved ride and extension for rock crawling that provide incredible on and off the road handling. The Hyme joints and bushings were replaced in July 2021. The articulation Rock Krawler suspension offers is incredible when traversing the most treacherous off-road environments. The custom one off double tube steel fenders were created specifically for this vehicle, although never marketed to the public, they won a Sema Design award. They were considered too costly to build to be sold to the general public.
RECENT UPGRADES: Earlier this year, in preparation for the July 2021 Rubicon, the following items were upgraded on the vehicle: Steering (gearbox, steering pump, ram hydraulic assist, clock spring), Drive Line (8 new U Joints), Suspension Systems (bushing, hyme joints, shocks were refilled with nitrogen), and Atlas Transfer case (new upgraded enhanced cables factory installed). However, since Eric ended up being unable to attend the Rubicon, these upgrades are still new.
This vehicle is a truly tried and true off-road legend that proudly displays her battle scars - she is the real thing. Built and driven by a man who is known by Jeep enthusiasts as someone who knows the difference between a wanna be and the real McCoy. Over $100,000 worth of specialty equipment and mechanical labor were put into this vehicle. The history of an American manufacturer that led the way for the Jeep aftermarket that thrives today. Olympic 4X4 Products were sold around the world.
Eric Lichtbach built and drove this Jeep and participated in the trails you read about. He has been featured in Four Wheeler Magazine, Petersens’ 4 Wheel and Off Road Magazine, JP Magazine, Off Road Magazine. His Adventure stories where published in and He rubbed elbows with Bobby Unser, Robert Peterson, Peterson Publishing, Mickey Thompson, Dick Cepek, Tom Cepek, Vic Edlebrock, Hurst Performance's Linda Vaughn, George Adler founder 4Wheel Parts, Greg Adler, and Rick Pewe.
Eric, along with his brother David, created the accessory market for Jeeps. Before Olympic, there was no one manufacturing and marketing a line of accessories for Jeeps. Now retired, Eric Lichtbach is auctioning off his pride and joy. You are not just buying an awesome custom-built Jeep you are buying a piece of American History.

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