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JEEP GLADIATOR SCRAMBLER, HONCHO GRAPHICS PACKS ARE RETRO DONE RIGHT

Rider Graphix Offer Some Amazing Stickers

Jeep Gladiator Scrambler
Photo via Rider Graphix

The Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator are some of the best examples of retro design, mainly because they really haven’t changed much since the original Willys. Still, Jeep loves to lean into their heritage with special editions, but only a few are ever available for each model year. And some seemingly obvious special editions still haven’t materialized in anything more than a concept, like the Jeep Gladiator Scrambler Concept from 2019’s Jeep Easter Safari. Luckily, the aftermarket recognized there could be demand for such a vehicle, and Rider Graphix is offering a Scrambler themed sticker pack for the Jeep Gladiator. Better yet, they even have a Honcho version.

Rider Graphix actually allow customers to customize their retro Jeep Gladiator graphics pack, giving lots of options to go with any color. The sticker pack starts at $389 for the side and tailgate stripes, but is currently on sale for $329. Buyers can choose their primary lower stripe and secondary upper stripe, with most metallic colors an extra charge. Buyers can also add on a hood graphic, with options for the standard, Rubicon or Mojave Gladiator hoods. Each are $129.

Photo via Rider Graphix

The Scrambler or Honcho Jeep Gladiator hood badges are an extra cost too, but is actually a custom sticker sold separately to avoid copyright issues with Jeep. Rider Graphix’s custom text hood sticker allows for up to 10 characters and two dashes, perfect for the retro trim level of your choosing. These custom text stickers are on sale for $79 at the time of writing. Many owners also use the custom text sticker to make latitude and longitude coordinates, likely from their home, favorite trail or landmark.

Rider Graphix also offers a number of stickers for vehicles outside of the Jeep Gladiator, with lots of options for enthusiast vehicles like the Dodge Challenger, Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette, pickup trucks and more. They’ve also teased graphics for the 2021 Ford Bronco, which are sure to be a hit.

Photo via Rider Graphix

Written by Sam George

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