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This is one of those renderings that make us pine for the real deal and damn the safety. Abimelec Design has taken an old-school International Harvester Scout 4×4 and visually modified it by removing the roll cage and the doors for true open-air goodness. The doors have been replaced by matte black steel cross-bar cages, and the stock engine has been swapped out for a monster Dodge supercharged V8 Hellcat engine good for 707 horsepower. The engine puts down power to all four all-terrain tires shod wheels that show off a mirror cap and body-color matching rims. Inside are grey seats sans headrests or 3-point seat belts because, at this point, caution has already been thrown to the wind.

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