Customizing our own ride with our own two hands and some fierce skills is our personal dream. The fact that some high school kids got to do that very thing makes us both happy and a bit chapped around the ass. Five high schools have taken advantage of SEMA’s High School Vehicle Build Program that’s self-funding by building and selling modded cars and trucks (and learning a lot about fabrication/customization, in the process). With the aid of Jeep and their school’s auto-shop teachers, five such Jeep Wranglers have been done up by five different high schools, and one will debut every day this week on Bring a Trailer for auction. Using donated parts from manufacturers, some of these mods are more extensive than you’d imagine and include winches, custom wheels, beefed up suspension setups, LED lighting, and even Safari roof racks. Proceeds from the vehicles will go back into the program. It’s a brilliant way to keep old-school car craftsmanship and passion alive.