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how does it work?


Step 1: reach out to us.

Let’s go over your dream Jeep together, let’s look at the currently inventory and the ongoing builds. Understanding your wishes and dreaming together is part of the fun. We advise possibilities within budget. Once we have grasped what you’re looking for, we can put a fixed price and a timeframe we will stick to for your build. So 832-475-1822 is your first call to place or just email info@jeepheritage.com . Daniel and his team will be glad to assist you.

Indicative pricing:

1/ you have the Jeep and we can start immediately: starting at $95,000 for old school classic restorations.

2/ we source the Jeep for you: starting at $105,000 for old school classic restorations.

Possible upgrades:

1/ Mass Air Induction Multipoint Fuel Injection and Management system: starting at $10,000.

2/ Transmission upgrades: starting at $10,000.

3/ Suspension upgrades: starting at $3,000.

4/ Amplified Bluetooth integration: starting at $4000.

5/ Brake upgrades: starting at $7000.

6/ SRT-8 HEMI conversion (includes matching frame, suspension, brakes, axles, engine management, …): starting at $75,000.

Step 2: place your order.

Once you approve our quote; we comit to a timeframe. Usually, ‘classic old school’ and ‘modern new school’ builds hold a 10 months build time. SRT-8 HEMI conversions are done within 15 months.

A 50 percent deposit is required on the moment you place your order. The balance is spread out equality over the comited buildup time.

Remember, we are a small volume vehicle restoration facility and lead times will add up if payments aren’t respected.

Step 3: let the fun begin.

Our restorations are like a journey. We build and communicate regularly and document the build at every step. At the end of the process, you will receive full documentation and specifications about your new toy. We take pride in every build we make and love what we do so your satisfaction is our absolute priority. We build Jeeps to last and to be passed on to the next generations, so reach out and let’s get you started.




ongoing customers restorations


ongoing builds still available


1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

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1967 Kaiser Jeepster Commando Continental (536 produced)

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1977 Jeep Cherokee Chief

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1981 Jeep J-10 Honcho Sportside (1264 produced)

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1975 Jeep Cherokee

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1957 WILLYS FC-150

FC150

1983 JEEP WAGONEER LIMITED

WAGONEER LIMITED