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  1. Welcome back M6Scout, Check out eWillys.com. ...

    Welcome back M6Scout,

    Check out eWillys.com. David Eihlers has a very extensive collection of just about every accessory conceived for Willys. He has copies of brochures and magazine adds that...
  2. Great plan of attack JB. The 4BT will be a great...

    Great plan of attack JB. The 4BT will be a great engine for your build! Your suspension upgrades will give you all the articulation that you could possibly need. As Bmorgil and TJ said, I'm...
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    Looking good! Way easier to use a two post lift...

    Looking good! Way easier to use a two post lift then what I've done. The chassis looks like it fits really well in the width.
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    The body is pretty easy to remove, even if you do...

    The body is pretty easy to remove, even if you do not have a fancy automotive lift or a bunch of friends. It looks like you have all the needed tooling, so you'll have a breeze of a good time.
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    Welcome Jbrewington, With a running and...

    Welcome Jbrewington,

    With a running and driving chassis, I would ask around $1,000 to $1,500, depending on the condition of the drive train and the frame rails. You will likely find someone who...
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    Nope, the driveline is staying the same. More...

    Nope, the driveline is staying the same.

    More like polishing a turd.
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    It's a Timex, for sure. She is rusty and crusty,...

    It's a Timex, for sure. She is rusty and crusty, but she handles well on the open road, and through the back county. By the way, I found out what the noise I was hearing/feeling. When I did the...
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    Great plaque Senior Chief! Rain doesn't bother...

    Great plaque Senior Chief!

    Rain doesn't bother the Heep. Rust spots, just buff them down.
  9. Thread: Ac 1957

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    Welcome! 7AC! JC Whitney was the greatest! ...

    Welcome! 7AC!

    JC Whitney was the greatest! Montgomery Ward also had Jeep parts and accessories as well. Somewhere I have a set of lock out hubs that came from Monkey Wards.
  10. Thread: 1968 cj 5 v6

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    Welcome! SamIam! We look forward to seeing and...

    Welcome! SamIam! We look forward to seeing and reading more about your project!
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    My current neighbors have come to expect the...

    My current neighbors have come to expect the unexpected when the trailer gets hooked to the truck. At any given time, I have a constant rotation of oddities.
  12. Bmorgil, My biggest issue is with the forum no...

    Bmorgil,

    My biggest issue is with the forum no coming up on my desk top. It takes a couple of tries to get through the firewall, to which has never been an issue before the crash. Then answering...
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    Some of the frames that I have had through the...

    Some of the frames that I have had through the Rust Ranch. All were for projects, and unfortunately I do not have any remaining.
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    I play the part of a quality engineer, so I know...

    I play the part of a quality engineer, so I know you'll have no issues in rebuilding your engine. The 134 is pretty basic, and as long as you follow your Dad's manual, you'll do just fine.
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    Over the years I've come across a few frames, and...

    Over the years I've come across a few frames, and the most I ever paid was $250.... But I'm cheap. None of the mentioned frames had rot in one place or another, and became donors to fix other...
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    Government TI manuals were, and still are...

    Government TI manuals were, and still are designed and written for the average 18 year old with an 8th grade education.
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    Welcome Willys1948! LarrBeard is our resident...

    Welcome Willys1948!

    LarrBeard is our resident electrical genius, so between he and Bmorgil, you'll be in great hands in figuring out exactly what you have hopefully not cooking. In short, you are...
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    Jeep_n_John, What you have is a CJ2A frame...

    Jeep_n_John,

    What you have is a CJ2A frame from a quick glance. The round crossmember for the radiator and pitman arm is a clue. The frame is most likely a '48 or so because the earlier frames...
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    We are glad that you are sharing your story and...

    We are glad that you are sharing your story and experiences. One never knows the attention is drawn to a Jeep until you start driving it around. Grandma would be proud!
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    You may have an end of the model conglomeration...

    You may have an end of the model conglomeration of left over odds and ends from the parts bins. It is the realm of possibilities. Although it could also be a special order, also in the realm as...
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    Well done Cajun! Glad you made it back safe and...

    Well done Cajun! Glad you made it back safe and sound.
  22. Thread: Lost Data

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    Yep, some of the conversation on my Heep parts...

    Yep, some of the conversation on my Heep parts runner thread are gone. Nothing too extraordinary, and it was after the 28, August.
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    If I were a gambler, I would put money on the...

    If I were a gambler, I would put money on the fuel tank float is bent down too far, causing the sensor to read over full, and at empty, it's reading at 1/4 tank at empty.
  24. Thread: 61' cj5

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    Very nice 5 there neighbor! A general rule of...

    Very nice 5 there neighbor!
    A general rule of thumb with having a Willys, if it's leaking oil, its got oil. We have all spent hours trying to stop oil leaks, but end up with at least one that...
  25. Thread: Need a motor

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    Specz79, You have a few options. 1 look...

    Specz79,

    You have a few options.

    1 look through sources like eWillys.com for any adds for a rebuild able core.
    2 look high and low for a Willys powered air compressor or Hobart welder. ...
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