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Vehicle restoration shop Icon is introducing a sub-line to its Ford Bronco model, the Icon BR. The Old School BR will feature a more classic design, such as a glossy finish, a traditional Bronco grille, and other vintage details.
ICON founder Jonathan Ward showcases one of his company’s most oddball builds yet. It’s a Chevrolet Caprice that used to be cop car. The owner wanted it to be “under the radar but intimidating” and is filled with gadgets and travel gear.
After selling its 100th FJ, Icon came up with a proof of concept for future FJ models, with new parts such as a supercharged 540hp V8, custom Brembo brakes and custom Fox shocks. The vehicle will be displayed at the Petersen Automotive Museum.
A 1967 Camper with its original paint, hubcaps and a few interior parts, but improved with modern amenities such as USB charging ports, a Bluetooth stereo system and air conditioning. It runs on a 195 hp Jetta engine with Vanagon transmission.
Icon’s second Dodge D200 sits on a 2500 Mega Cab base and has a supercharged 5.7L Hemi, automatic transmission and enhanced suspension and exhaust. The matte green and black paint job is a wonderful combination of past and present.
Based on the Chevy 3100 Thriftmaster, this 2-door pickup truck marries old school looks with modern amenities, including a 5.3L V8 engine that produces 435hp and 458lb.ft. of torque, touchscreen dash and even a Wi-Fi router.