The Jeep Gladiator is not necessarily the best pickup in the world or even the best way to move a Jeep off-road, but it is ideal for special tuning conversions. Equipped with a lift kit, powerful off-road tires and various LED light bars all around, and the Gladiator is the ultimate custom pickup! And one such project, only one floor more extensive, is the Hellesaurus 6 × 6. The name immediately shows that there is of course a Hellcat engine under the hood. There are also 6 wheels in the style of the Mercedes-AMG G63 6 × 6 and the special build does belong to YouTuber James Condon, better known as TheStradman. He is known for adding various gadgets and body kits to the latest cars and then complaining about spending too much money on cars.
42 inch tires are already installed
TheStradman equipped the pickup with the legendary Hellcat V8 and normally has a charged 6,2-liter variant with 717 hp available for propulsion. But this engine is not original. Because as far as we know, the V8 is even a Hellephant crate engine with a displacement of 7,0 liters and 1.000 hp. And then there is the 6 × 6 conversion that was made after visiting us in March of this year Agility Customs had to be carried out. The modified pickup is far from finished. However, we can already see that the chassis is finished and some gigantic suspension components for the lift as well as crazy 42 inch (1,07 m) tires are installed. And as part of TheStradman's “Grape Army”, of course, the Gladiator also has a purple body.
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Jeep Gladiator Hellesaurus 6 × 6
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