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This $2,300 Toy Jeep Wrangler Is Worth Every Penny

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Toy Jeep Wrangler with Jack

For $2,300, you can own your very own Jeep Wrangler. The only downside is, it’s a toy

Jeep Wranglers are notoriously expensive—even when they’re 1/8th scale. Capo Racing just released a two-foot replica of the iconic Jeep off-roader and it’s everything you could want in a Wrangler, with the exception of it being so tiny.

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So, the big question is: Is it worth spending $2,300 on a toy when you can buy an older used car for the same price? Honestly, the details on this replica make it worth the price tag. Coming in at two feet long, 10 inches high, and 10 inches wide, this teeny tiny Jeep might just look like your typical model car—but there’s a huge bonus you might not expect. Everything. Works.

There are reclining seats. An itsy bitsy dashboard. The hood can even open to reveal an engine bay that is damn near perfect. Its parts are so intricate, if you were to look at it without knowing it’s a toy, you might actually think it’s real.

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Cap Racing has truly created a toy masterpiece here. In fact, there is even a full metal body-on-frame design and a transfer case to switch between rear-wheel drive and 4×4.

Be still my beating heart.

You can buy this expensive (but totally worth it) toy Jeep Wrangler here.

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    A born-and-raised Jersey girl, Caitlin Moran lives in Dayton, Ohio at the moment and loves getting down and nerdy with English. After recently graduating from the University of Dayton with her Masters in English Literature, Caitlin is now combining her love of writing and cars for The News Wheel. She is also continuing her love affair with traveling, broadening her knowledge of foreign automobiles. See more articles by Caitlin.