Autotrader Find: 2001 Jeep Cherokee With Tank Tracks for Wheels

It’s well-known that Jeep models have a strong reputation for off-road prowess — but this particular 2001 Jeep Cherokee takes things a step further. This 2001 Cherokee doesn’t just boast Jeep’s four-wheel-drive system, but rather tank-style tracks in place of its wheels, which means it really can roll over anything.

The tracks are commercially available, offered by a company called American Track, and they’re typically used by large-scale property owners who really need to traverse the lands, going to places where normal wheels and tires won’t go. They’re also used in ultra-harsh winter climates, which is probably the case here, as this Cherokee is offered for sale in Walhalla, North Dakota, in the extreme northern part of the state.

Although the seller hasn’t provided many details about this Cherokee, the ad notes it has a 3-in lift, likely to accommodate the massive tank tracks, and that it has front and rear differential lockers. That, plus Jeep’s 4-wheel-drive system and of course the tank tracks, likely makes it unstoppable off the pavement, which is good for anyone who truly needs a go-anywhere vehicle.

If you’re interested, this Cherokee is offered by Soeby Motor Company in Walhalla, and it’s listed for $21,900. That’s huge money for a 2001 Cherokee — especially with nearly 200,000 miles, as this one has — but it’s worth noting the tank treads are tremendously pricey, and as such I suspect this is actually a pretty decent deal, and far cheaper than trying to replicate it with your own creation.

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