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Extreme Tuning: Beijing-Jeep Cherokee

Published on February 20, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Today we have a heavily tuned Beijing-Jeep Cherokee, the 2002 model. The owner got himself a big horn on the bonnet, to be heard in Beijing’s traffic jams. To be seen het got six big foglights. To scare he got a freaky mask up front. Its not a traditional Chinese mask, loox native Americanish.

Ladder to get up the roof, nice bar at the bumper, guess it can seat four. The Beijing-Jeep Cherokee is still a hugely popular machine and after market parts are readily available for next to nothing.

See exthaust pipe, going up the roof. Usually those are fakes and so proved this one, the real exhaust was at the back. Still, a great piece of work, approved!

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  1. Cherokee tuning | Bgmiami- August 29, 2011 Reply

    […] Extreme Tuning: Beijing-Jeep Cherokee | CarNewsChina.com – China …Feb 20, 2011 … Today we have a heavily tuned Beijing-Jeep Cherokee, the 2002 model. The owner got himself a big horn on the bonnet, to be heard in … […]

  2. Marc Sim- December 22, 2011 Reply

    C’mon, it’s not an exhaust pipe that stix out the front fender man, it’s a snorkle, intake extension we 4-wheelers use to enable the vehicle to cross rather deep streams without stalling the engines…btw, seems like the owner is a big fan of the filipino jeepneys 😀

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