Smyth Performance, Inc. has been known for building some amazing pickup kits for vehicles like the Dodge Charger, Volkswagen Beetle, and Audi A4. Now the Rhode Island-based company is making news with its latest kit for the 1999 to 2004 Jeep® Grand Cherokee (WJ). That’s right, owners of the second generation Grand Cherokee can now modify their SUVs into a two-door pickup truck.
The Smyth Grand Cherokee kit converts the midsized 5-passenger sport-utility into a 2-passenger pickup truck. The kit allows the Grand Cherokee to adopt a 5-foot, 6-inch long pickup box and measures 5-foot wide. The kit features a standard all-aluminum bed and uses Smyth unibody bracing and custom detailed fiberglass panels. A late-model Ford Ranger tailgate allows the Smyth Grand Cherokee pickup to accommodate items up to 54-inches wide.
The first 50 kits will be priced at $2,490 USD and include everything required to make a completed pickup from a 1999 to 2004 Grand Cherokee. Since there seems to be a ton of the late-model Grand Cherokee models on the used car market these days for under $2,000, it doesn’t seem to be unreasonable that you could build one of these pickups for under $5,000.
Kits include the following…
- Aluminum Truck Bed Sides & Front Wall
- Inner Fenders
- Floor Panels
- Unibody Reinforcements
- Steel Tailgate with Hardware
- Stainless Fasteners
Smyth is taking orders on the new Grand Cherokee kit. For more information, you can visit the Smyth Performance website or contact them at 774-678-4561.