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Old October 21st, 2013, 11:30 AM   #1
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Default Project generation gap 52 m38

This is a project jeep that my grandpa bought back in the 70s and started and never got very far on
Since then it has been moved from garage to garage at least 10 times from what we can count
Well we finically decided it needs to get done so it's going to be my winter project
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Got it to the shop
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Pulled the parts and vacuumed it out and it is very solid
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The freshly rebuilt motor in the back lol
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The motor that's in it is another rebuilt never fired motor that's bored .30 over
As you can see there is a lot of work ahead but it is a complete jeep. The hardest part will be getting all of the parts in one place
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