As if the opportunity to visit the SEMA Show in Las Vegas later this year wasn't enough, one lucky visitor will win an insane fully built 2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon to take home with them. Dubbed "Project Trail Force" by the two Jeep specialty tuners, ExtremeTerrain and Barricade Off-Road, behind its creation, the fully custom-built Wrangler is packed with more engine and body modifications than we have space to list here. Driving the Project Trail Force forward is a centrifugal Ripp Supercharger, which adds over 140 HP to the factory 3.6-liter V6 engine. The exterior also boasts a range of trail-ready upgrades, including a Barricade front and rear bumper, fender flairs and rock sliders, and 3.5" extra inches in ride height to accommodate the larger 37" tires. Project Trail Force is also equipped to ride at night with a full lighting upgrade, including two 2.5" LED spotlights, two 3" square off-road lights, and a double LED light row (and that's on top of the 7" LED headlamps). Inside, all terrain floor and cargo liners, seat covers, and an OE-style navigation system with cameras are there to help you find the trail. All together, that's over $24,000 worth of aftermarket parts. If you want a chance to drive this baby home, you can enter online beginning today up to once a week with the winner to be announced in Las Vegas. To learn more about the project and how to enter the raffle, head to the sweepstakes site.