Before the current side-by-side 4x4 craze, the Wolverine was was one of a handful of options in a category that didn't really exist at the time. The M151A2, the successor to the Korean War- era M38 and M38A1 military-issue jeep, provided the chassis and running gear for the Wolverine — so there's no doubt as to it's toughness and capability offroad. Ocala Fabrication in Florida handbuilt the 12-gauge steel body panels, and Baja seats and five-point harnesses were standard. With a full-sealed driveline and intake, the Wolverine can ford through 60" of water and comes with a fabric bikini top. The Wolverine is also street-legal, and a great choice for serious off-road adventure.