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Tricked Out, Candy-Paint Jeeps Teased Before Easter Debut

Each year, Jeep hosts its Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. At this event, the automaker rolls out a few unique concept vehicles by partnering with Chrysler’s Mopar accessories division. True to tradition, the models being prepped for the 2013 Easter extravaganza contain brightly-colored paint and a host of custom features.

One vehicle being prepared is dubbed the “Jeep Wrangler Slim.” It consists of a hot pink Wrangler with pink and black wheels and solid black bumper and grill. This bumper has been custom-created to consist of one solid piece that also includes black wheel wells.

In all, six concept vehicles are being prepared for this annual event. Jeep has only released teasers of these two vehicles, leaving auto enthusiasts in suspense as to what the other four might be like. Information is being closely guarded, as Jeep is encouraging people to attend the Easter showing to get a better look at them.The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk II is also vividly-detailed with a bright red exterior that is set off with black wheel flares and grill. Five-spoke aluminum wheels and tinted windows give this SUV a sporty and sizzling look for the upcoming Easter safari.

The technicians who prepared these vehicles for their springtime debuts likely had training at one of the many collision repair schools nationwide. These schools will teach you not only how to repair damage to vehicles, but how to customize paint jobs and exterior accessories to create a look that stands out on the road.

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