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1992 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

The Jeeps used in the movie Jurassic Park were 1992 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Editions. The “Sahara” trim level was the top of the line model of Wrangler that had most of the Jeep’s optional equipment as standard. This includes exterior extras such as alloyed wheels, colored fender flares, step board and front bumper mounted fog lamps. Interior options were special trail-cloth seats and removable doors with pockets with a unique green color scheme. All Saharas came with the 4.0 liter 6 cylinder standard with a manual transmission.

The 1992 Jeep Wrangler Sahara were only available in two colors (with a third possibly being available late in the model year) and both were unique. The colors avaiable to the Sahara trim level were Sage Green and Sand Biege (the third is Hunter Green). Both the Sage Green and Sand Biege colors were low gloss metallic paint with no clear coat. This gave them a unique flat appearance that becomes washed out and faded over time.

Standard Jeep Sahara Features

-4.0L Inline 6 Cylinder Engine

Optional Jeep Sahara Features

-Automatic Transmission
-Alloy Wheels
-Air Conditioning

  • Peter

    December 14th, 2012

    I want this jeep so bad..

  • jon polen

    February 2nd, 2013

    i am currently trying to build a jurassic park jeep. i am FRANTICALLY searching for some seats that resemble the ones from the movie… any pointers as to a location of such seats? if any comments, please respond to this post… thanks for reading!

  • Brian Holder

    April 2nd, 2013

    Seats will need to be found from junk yards, craigslist, or ebay, or other used parts marketplace. There are no seat covers that come close that we know of. I found mine through craigslist locally. I got Really lucky! Multiple craigslist search engines can help you search a wider area. A good upholstry shop might also be able to replicate them.

  • Tim

    April 17th, 2013

    I would much wrather use a newer 1997-03 to make one being the older model not the greatest.

  • AJ Quick

    April 17th, 2013

    YJ’s aren’t too bad. We have had a lot of fun in ours. The newer Jeeps are great, but we’d probably take a good YJ over a TJ!

  • Ray

    June 14th, 2015

    I’m so happy to have mine. All my kids drove it and recently I got it back and use it as my daily driver.

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