Quadratec’s custom ‘YJL’ Jeep Wrangler, a Jeep YJ-inspired Wrangler JL Sahara, will make its SEMA Show debut next month at the upcoming trade show, the company announced, and will mark the launch of the company’s new wholesale program.
The ‘YJL’ Wrangler was built as a tribute to the 1989 Wrangler YJ that company founder Ted Wentz II used to launch the Quadratec business over 30 years ago, the company said. The YJL has been outfitted with an engine swap and front-end conversion that pays homage to the Wrangler history.
In addition to the Wrangler’s reveal, Quadratec is also launching its own wholesale program for other Jeep and off-road retail businesses through wholesale pricing.
Quadratec will be located at booth No. 55167 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s West Hall.