Caffeine & Octane is Georgia’s own monthly automotive event held every first Sunday morning at Perimeter Mall. This June, the show featured quite a few impressive off-road rigs. From Defenders to Subarus, there was just about everything in attendance. Check out the pics below!
This month, there were quite a few full-size trucks in attendance. The rig above was dubbed the “Megaraptor” from MegaRexx. Created from a Ford F-250 Super Duty, the Mega Raptor sounded like a beast when it arrived and it was hard to miss the 46-inch Michelin tires!
For more info on the MegaRaptor, click here. Staying on the full-size kick, there were quite a few other Ford Super Duty trucks in attendance. The King Ranch edition below seemed more than capable with a noticeable lift, Toyo Open Country tires, heavy-duty bumpers (with front winch) and a camper shell.
Regardless of what you use them for, the new Super Duty Fords boast almost a thousand lb-ft of torque, so at very least you have to respect them.
Fords weren’t the only hefty rigs on the scene. Quite a few H1 Hummers were hanging around, too.
You can’t mention Overlanding vehicles without a couple Toyota TRDs!
The FJ62 Landcruiser below was one of the cleanest we’ve seen in quite a while and the owner knew it, too. He was asking $29,000 – about double what the usual example is going for right now.
What an awesome FJ40!
We’re a big fan of all the Subarus in the Overlanding community. With their ground clearance and overall capabilities, they make for some amazing rigs. This particular Crosstrek was almost too clean, though! Time to get ‘er dirty!
Our current favorite Crosstrek owned by @huff_trek.
There’s always a handful of ultra-expensive Defender 110s randomly scattered about the parking lot.
International Scouts are becoming more and more popular. We particularly liked this Scout II.
Older Broncos are also a common staple at Caffeine & Octane.
We love these two-door G-Wagens. You can actually pick them up for a fair deal but unless you personally know a good Mercedes mechanic, it might not be the best option.
Maple X was also in attendance! We really enjoyed meeting everyone today and glad that you liked our expedition trailer / camper.
The one group of vehicles tends to show up are all the Jeep Wrangler guys.
They really, really seem to like parking on each other’s tires.
We always appreciate the VW vans in attendance.
Outside of the standard vehicles, there were oddballs as well including a Japanese-spec Jeep, lifted Tahoe, slammed Apache and some sort of gnarly, trail-built Ford.
WTF is this thing?