Spring means the Jeep Easter Safari in Moab, and this year, Jeep is showcasing the JT Scrambler concept. The original Scrambler debuted in 1981, based on the long wheelbase CJ-8 platform. The lengthened chassis had a cargo box, removable hardtop, special wheels, and graphics package. The new Scrambler is a Gladiator with throwback stripes and plenty of off-the-shelf accessories — meaning you could easily make your own. The two stripes are in Mopar's fantastically named Punk'N Metallic Orange and Nacho along with "Scrambler" on each side of the hood. Jeep Performance 17-inch wheels in bronze, a two-inch rollbar, and LED lighting complete the exterior, while the motor gets a cold air intake and cat-back exhaust. Inside, brown leather seats are stitched in orange thread. Now all we need is a full-size Jeep truck with the Honcho package.