Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller was killed in the line of duty earlier this year.
To honor his memory, Savage 4x4 decided to remodel his Jeep, dedicating it to Jobbers-Miller and other fallen officers.
See, the Fort Myers repair shop has what they call the Hero Project. They remodel trucks and Jeeps for people who put their lives on the line every day, whether they're military, firefighters, EMS, or police officers.
This time they revamped the ride of Jobbers-Miller, taking it from a classic red to matte-black with blue trim. His badge number is even embroidered on the upholstery.
Hundreds of people came to see the reveal of the Jeep on Saturday at Six Bends Harley Davidson, including the officer's friends and family.
“I knew no words that I could say would do anything," said previous recipient Jeff Kelly. "So all I did today was give them a hug and thank them for their son.”
The Jeep now belongs to Jobbers-Miller's family, but it will be used across southwest Florida at events honoring police and other area heroes.