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  1. I love flatfender jeeps, usually I prefer that people keep the original body when they restore them but I really wouldn’t blame you if you replaced that tub. What engine is in it? F134?
  2. I almost wonder if that engine was run with oil that was lacking in zinc. But that’s just a guess
  3. I feel your pain, I collect early jeeps and often just when you think you’ve gotten all the problems resolved more seem to roll in like oranges. I have no doubt with all the ingenuity and skill you’ve shown that you’ll be cruising around in no time.
  4. This is a shame but definitely not too far gone to be repaired. My father has collected plates for decades and I for at least a decade. There are a few professionals in the business who we have had redo ultra rare plates and have not let us down. If you are interested I can give you his contact
  5. “Just needs a little tlc” or my personal favorite “easy fix”
  6. So what do you use today, I can’t imagine there could be much rocket fluid left if any at all
  7. Beautiful work on those wheels! I can only imagine how long it took to clean them all off.
  8. I bet you are glad you took the time to drop the pan
  9. Nice progress, it’s always a relief when things work out at the DMV
  10. This is wild. How stupid do you have to be to decide to fake your death instead of just saying you are no longer interested in purchasing the car
  11. I don’t claim to be an expert in License plates but have collected them for a fair amount of years along with my father who has collected them for many many years and who is in my opinion an expert in license plates. So to add my humble opinion I would say they are certainly original paint.
  12. This is a fact, one 20 min simple job turns into three hours and every tool you own is out.
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