One-off pick-up conversion from crazy customiser DiMora
21 March 2007

We weren’t sure about giving this monstrous crossbreed the air of publicity, but seeing as they’ve assured us it’s a one-off, ladies and gentlemen may we present the DiMora JX Coupe Concept.

Yes, that’s right, coupe. While it might look to all intents and purposes like a pick-up truck with a cover over the loadbay, customiser DiMora Designs reckons this is a coupe.

The JX is based on a 1999 Chrysler Concorde, a run-of-the-mill front-wheel-drive US saloon that normally has four doors and seats for five.

But the owner of this Concorde decided he wanted something a bit different – hence this two-door, two-seat special.

After removing the back seats, rear doors and half of the roof, DiMora added a new 3.2-litre V6 engine, plus sports exhaust system. The interior was retrimmed in leather.

In the unlikely event you’d like a closer look, go to, where you can also see DiMora Motors' plans for the fantastic $2m Natalia SLS.

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