The first time we did the mojave road was in my 2017 ram rebel, days after record rainfall that caused major flooding in Palm Springs. Probably the most fun I've ever had crossing that dry lake bed that was a giant mud hole. I would not recommend it, there's a reason they say it's impassable after a heavy rain. Nearly 2 miles of throttle to the floor, mud flying over the windshield, sliding sideways, and would have likely been stuck for weeks had the hemi not pulled us through. 100% the most fun you can have with your clothes on, but also majorly risky.If you're familiar with the Mojave Trail, then you may have been by my friend's old cabin on the trail halfway between Basin and Razor. We started going there 40 years ago with dirt bikes and buggies, then later with horses. He sold it about 10 years ago. I've riden the Mojave trail on horseback from Newberry Springs to Fort Mojave at the Colorado river a couple times. I've flown that area and landed many times at the strip at the Razor Rd gas station that a friend owned. In fact, it was my flying that got him into planes. So, that part of the Mojave is very familiar.
We did some horseback exploring to mines on Avawitz Mtn , north of Baker as well as south of Ludlow in mines around the Bagdad-Chase mine. Around Shoshone and Tecopa there are a bunch of fascinating old subterrainian hillside mud dwellings from old miners.
A rainy winter day when the sand is wet in the Mojave is a hoot on a dirt bike or horse. I imagine a Jeep too.