Metalcloak Adopts the “Gold Standard”

Manufacturer of Off-Road Accessories Accepts Gold as Payment for Products

GoldStandard-Metalcloak-HiResRancho Cordova, CA — Metalcloak, the developer of game-changing aftermarket products for America’s off road icon, the Jeep Wrangler, announced today the launch of the “Gold Standard” program allowing customers to purchase products using Gold Coins.

“Gold is the purest form of currency” says Matson Breakey, VP of marketing for Metalcloak, “and our customers can now use Gold to buy what has become the ‘Gold Standard’ of suspension systems for Jeeps.”

Metalcloak is testing the program on a single product, what they call the Gold Standard Suspension System (aka, the Duroflex 2.5/3.5 Suspension System for the 2007 – 2013 Jeep JK Wrangler) starting June 1 through July 4, 2013.

“The kit retails for $1999,” says Matson “but we will accept any One Ounce Gold Coin no matter the current market value to purchase that kit.”

“Off-road enthusiasts are true Patriots and they recognize the relationship between Gold & Liberty. This is just one more step in our mission to build for their future.”

The program is open to most US residents, with the exception of California, and transactions cannot be done in person, but rather through mail order using the US Postal Service.

The process is simple. Customers call 916-631-8071 to order the kit and are given instructions for shipping the single gold coin. Once received, Metalcloak will ship out the products.

More information can be found on their website at


About Metalcloak: Based in Rancho Cordova, California, Metalcloak develops Game-Changing products for 1972 – current open top Jeeps including the original Arched Tube Fenders, the first integrated body armor system, Frame-Built Bumpers, the Patent Pending Duroflex Joint and Patent Pending 6Pak Shocks.

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