The interior was far from perfect, so yet another Jeep (this time from New England’s rust belt) was sourced. The less intense rays from the sun and hardtop kept this Jeep’s interior in pristine condition and was an ideal donor for the project. The biggest part of the replication process is by far the paint scheme, getting the red stripes and lettering spot-on makes or breaks the look. After careful measuring and laying out the tape lines, the freshly painted factory Sand Beige paint was coated in Ford Performance Red along with the wheels. With paint out of the way, it was time for the details. One of the more unique and interesting parts of the movie Jeep was its roof mounted fog lights. These lights are actually for marine industry and are very heavy duty units that are still made today. These lights were paired up with handmade steel surrounds and rubber mount covers to finish off the look from the movie. Final touches of a Ramsey winch, CB radio whip antenna, and new factory style tan soft top completed the build and made it ready for the roads of Isla Nublar!