The Perfect Mobile Tour Vehicle
Speaking of brutes, if we get out of the super pickup truck mode and we can take a look at this custom jeep. The Jeep has been retrofitted to to become a quad cab pickup. When large tires and a lift are added you have what kind of looks like the MXT’s kid brother. Or better said, a much more practical version. In terms of standing out it won’t match the others but these are rare and unique.
They are also made by a shop that has been performing this type of automotive surgery for years and has a great reputation. This option also gives you a new vehicle versus a used one and that means better reliability if you decide to take it on a mobile tour post Spring Break. It also means you can order multiples.
These start at very low costs but you better add on a budget to get them road ready if you are going to take them anywhere besides a small beach town. The great thing is that they are extremely customizable to ride high and stand out. They are also capable of highway driving with a trailer. Though again, you want to spend some time getting them road ready. It is probably a good time to point out that taking a classic near the ocean will create a potential rust issue. This may horrify aficionados but should pose no issue for a properly prepped classic.
Favorites include the International Scout, Land Rover Defender (90 and 110), and the Toyota FJ. These are also a great way for smaller brands to get their feet wet in the world of experiential marketing vehicles and events.