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Reference

In this section you will find information that will help you build your very own Jeep from Jurassic Park. Please look through all the sections and post comments if you have any questions about a particular item. We are always working to add new pages and information as they are discovered. Please check back often!

The Jeeps of Jurassic Park
There were a total of four different Jeeps protrayed in Jurassic Park. Find out where each one can be seen in the film and all of the differences between them.

1992 Jeep Wrangler Sahara
The model of Jeep used in Jurassic Park was a 1992 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, also referred to as a YJ. The Jeeps were fully loaded and Sand Biege in color. Check this link to learn more.

Buying a Jeep for Jurassic Park
This section will tell you more about how to buy a Jeep to convert into a Jurassic Park Jeep. What you should look out for and what the differences are over the years.

Jurassic Park Jeep Parts


BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO
The tires used on the Jeep were BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO. They are still available, but differ from the ones in the movie. Check out this link for more information.

Jabsco 135SL Search Lights
The Jabsco Search Lights only appeared on one Jeep from Jurassic Park (#12). Find out what was done to modify them and how much they will set you back.

Mopar Light Bar
The Mopar Light Bar was on several Jeeps in Jurassic Park. It is no longer being produced and is getting harder to find. Check out this page and maybe you will be able to track one down.

Whip Antenna
The 102″ Whip antenna was mounted to the back of the Jeep and is still readily available from Radio Shack and other CB radio retailers.

  • Joe

    August 31st, 2011

    Where can I find a website that makes your JP decals?

  • AJ Quick

    September 7th, 2011

    Contact Scott at MyVinylWorks.com. He makes a lot of our vinyl and we highly recommend him.

    http://www.myvinylworks.com/

  • Mike

    December 29th, 2011

    Just started building ours, father/son project. What type of paint (single stage, clearcoat, enamel, oil based, etc ) did you use and where did you get it? You did great job….you should be proud.

  • JJ

    January 10th, 2012

    What about the seats, where could I find those?

  • AJ Quick

    May 24th, 2012

    Try eBay, Craigslist or AllofCraigs.com

  • AJ Quick

    May 24th, 2012

    Try your local auto parts store with a paint department. The correct color is Sand Beige Poly. Its a non-gloss paint.. so single stage with no clearcoat would work well. Good luck on your Jeep!

  • David

    June 14th, 2012

    hey i’m so glad i found your website, i’m currently an active duty service member serving in Hawaii with the United States Army. I’m contacting this site cause I finally bought a 97 tj and I want to make it into a Jurassic Park jeep. Know I know the “real” model jeep which was used was a YJ, but the 97 tj was the last year jeep my Dad owned before he pasted away and why turn it into the Jurassic Park jeep cause that as my Dads and I’s favorite movie. So i was wondering if there was anyone that would be willing to give me tips, advice, and product knowledge of what I need to turn my tj into a Jurassic Park jeep.

  • AJ Quick

    June 15th, 2012

    David, that’s what we are here for.

  • William

    November 2nd, 2013

    We are re-doing a barbie power wheels into a JP jeep for our daughter. Can anyone help me out with the number font? I want this power wheels to look really accurate. Any help would be much appreciated!

  • kyle

    June 22nd, 2014

    Hi, what color is.the soft top? Spice or sailcloth?

  • AJ Quick

    June 22nd, 2014

    The color is “Spice”.

    “Sailcloth” refers to the type of fabric commonly used.

  • Aidan

    June 23rd, 2014

    Hi,

    I’m curious as to what dimensions are used for the decals and striping. I could eyeball it and come up with some rough estimate, but if there is a more accurate measurement to follow, I’d prefer that.

    Thanks!

  • kyle

    June 24th, 2014

    Cheers, my jeep goes in for paint this week, will be the first one in Australia

  • kyle

    June 24th, 2014

    P.s. Mine is a 97 tj as that was the first jeep imported here properly to my knowledge, pics of my build are available if anyone is interested

  • DVK

    June 5th, 2015

    This site is fantastic! Why did I not know about this before?

    Do you know if anyone has tried this on a JK? I know it wouldn’t look quite, but I’m in MN and anything older than about 5 models up here is probably rusted through…. :-/

  • AJ Quick

    June 14th, 2015

    Certainly there have been JKs and TJs done up as Jurassic Park Jeeps.

  • David

    June 18th, 2015

    whats the accurate color for the red stripe and how did you do the angle?

  • Stavros

    June 24th, 2015

    Hey, just wondering what type of rims were used for your replica? I can’t seem to find them anywhere and I wasn’t sure what the name of them was.

    Thank you in advance.

    -Stavros

  • Michael Ralph

    June 28th, 2015

    Hi, I was wondering what the color code for the red paint is.

  • Dan N

    December 2nd, 2015

    Michael, did you get an answer to the red color code? looking for one myself

  • Amanda

    January 4th, 2016

    Hi, I was also wondering what the paint code was for the red paint? I plan on getting the paint asap for my jeep.

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