Icon does more than just Broncos. This 1965 Kaiser Wagoneer is a perfect example. Picked for its quality and its distinctive "shovel" nose, the donor vehicle underwent an exhaustive restoration. The body was blasted to raw metal, repainted, then given side trim and a classic wood insert, and set atop a new U.S. steel chassis by Art Morrison. Its engine was upgraded to a modern Erod GM 6.2 LS3, and linked to more capable suspension parts. Like the exterior, the interior was tastefully restored, with any plastic pieces replaced by custom CNC'd metal equivalents, and the seats re-covered in fabric from Knoll, giving it a timeless quality that matches the outside perfectly.