Illustration for article titled Road Legal Roxors for Poor People

While reading up on Jeep’s proposal to build a Jimny fighter I jumped into a Roxor article, then fell into the rabbit hole of road legalization.

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After adding up the cost of actually buying a Roxor, then MAYBE successfully working towards some semblance of being able to drive it on public roads legally, I thought, “What’chu talkin’ ‘bout? Willys!”

I hopped on SearchTempest and got to looking. Just a couple hours away, some fellow in Nashville had the budget alternative I was looking for.

I just can’t justify a side-by-side or Roxor that cost as much as a C5 Z06, E46 M3, E34 M5 or any other (insert your sub $20k automotive dream here). When I’m cruising down the highway and see a Bro Dozer rolling coal with bunch of side-by-sides crammed on a gooseneck, I can’t help but wonder how people have more money to spend on single toys then I’ve spent on actual cars my entire life.

Not judging, not my place, just wondering where I went wrong.

That said, plebeians can have fun too. There’s always game night with the Smiths, matinee movies and old Willys Jeeps.

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Couldn’t you accomplish the same thing (and more!) with something like this?

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