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    When I restored the '48, I paid a bunch of money...

    When I restored the '48, I paid a bunch of money to get the old wiper motor rebuilt because I wanted to keep everythng original. Since then I've gotten caught in several rainstorms and even with the...
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    OK - now I see; one wiper, one motor through the...

    OK - now I see; one wiper, one motor through the original hole for the shaft - times two. Ok, I guess??

    On the '48, the heater has two holes in the top, one for each vent - driver and passenger. ...
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    I'm not upside down under your dash, but this is...

    I'm not upside down under your dash, but this is a strange looking setup. Generally the motor is in the engine bay on the firewall with the pulleys and tensioners inside the cab up in the area that...
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    Heaters and Defrosters

    One of the major changes that happened between 1948 when my truck was built and 1955 when your wagon was built was the improvement in heaters and defrosters.

    In 1948, Willys-Overland offered a...
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