Dubbed the Rock Rat, the build is based off a 1947 Willy’s CJ2A body that’s clearly been chopped and stretched into the beast before you.
And, of course, since this apocalyptic Jeep had plans to romp around in the desert Kenny knew it had to host a diesel engine to power the whole project.
So what he got was an old 12V from a school bus that he and the good people over at Industrial Injections and Turbonetics tuned up. Now, the Rock Rat boasts over 700hp and 1,200 ft.-lb of torque.
This is the Rock Rat, Hauk’s impressively badass desert machine built using a ’47 Willys CJ-2A body matched to crazy modern components like the 44-inch Pit Bull tires on B.A.D. beadlock wheels.
Thi Jeep features Mad Max-style touches like a a shifter made from a 1960s fire truck pump handle, a rotary telephone mounted to the center console and a steering wheel with an actual skull in the center, the Rock Rat is ready to go off-roading before, during and after the apocalypse.