Thanks, I could not remember who made them. They are called the M715 conversion. I don't see how one could be made without new side fenders. The current grill slopes back a little and for the Kaiser front end it would need to slope forward. It is a really cool look and what Jeep should have done (I understand why they didn't). I'm just not sure it would be worth the ~$8k price to get the parts and have them painted. One can buy a lot of trail/overland gear for that kind of cash.Those ar the road armor fronts. Maybe all you need is the hood and grille.
That's pretty sweet that they could do it with the stock fenders. Hopefully it will be less than the $6k version that was out for the JK.The company that seems to be behind these 715 builds is Innovative Auto Creations.
I saw a video where they said it's just the grill and hood, with a lot of work done to ensure it bolts up to factory mounts.
Their Facebook page has a lot of videos of the build on Wranglers.
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