For the 51st annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah, Jeep put together some of the coolest concept vehicles you’ll see hitting trails this year. Instead of sticking to the current production models, the folks at Jeep freshened up something vintage. While not as wild as, say, a CJ-2A, one of this year’s concepts is a restomodded 1993 Grand Cherokee. The first Grand Cherokee, or ZJ, as avid Jeep enthusiasts call it, might not be everyone’s favorite Jeep, but it did lay the groundwork for future high-end SUVs. Dubbed “Grand One,” this ZJ’s name might even be a callback to the 1989 Concept 1, the Grand Cherokee’s auto show concept. In true restomod fashion, Jeep kept the important Grand Cherokee styling cues intact but updated them for 2017. Jeep only lifted this jeep a couple of inches to clear a healthy set of 33-inch Goodyear KM2 tires. The wheels should look familiar –- Jeep took the factory “snowflake” style wheels and modernized them. The woodgrain, too, is a modern vinyl wrap, but it manages to stand out less than what left the factory. Under the hood is a stock 5.2-liter V8 engine that churns out 212 hp.