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    21,000 original miles is a rare find to be sure....

    21,000 original miles is a rare find to be sure. I cant wait to see some pictures. Welcome aboard!
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    The detail on the top and bars and all is...

    The detail on the top and bars and all is incredible.
  3. Thank you John and your family for their...

    Thank you John and your family for their dedication and service to this country. That's a nice looking M38 to start on. I take it it is an Arizona not rusted out find? I brought a 77' Chevy Truck...
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    I love it! Nice looking Rod there. The rear tires...

    I love it! Nice looking Rod there. The rear tires look sooo bad As@. That has to be a jumpy little bugger! The old school "Ram Intake" and big finned aluminum covers are very nostalgic looking. That...
  5. Thread: Grills

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    Nice Wagon! Love the color!

    Nice Wagon! Love the color!
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    Oh I didn't see that the solenoid is wired in on...

    Oh I didn't see that the solenoid is wired in on top of the stater. I was thinking it still used the "foot solenoid".
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    I am only allowed one cup of coffee in the...

    I am only allowed one cup of coffee in the morning.... Good point on the starter Larry. As soon as you hit the pedal its going to peg the crap out of that amp gauge. Most gauges are 50 amp and that...
  8. Thread: Grills

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    I don't think we are talking about the same type...

    I don't think we are talking about the same type Willys. Where are you located Craig? Here is a picture of the version I am used to.
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    I looks OK at first glance. You may want to put...

    I looks OK at first glance. You may want to put an ignition switch between the coil and the amp gauge so you can have power without the ignition on. I would compare it to the original. On my 12 Volt...
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    This thing is clearly a "Copyright"! One of a...

    This thing is clearly a "Copyright"! One of a kind that's for sure. You just have to love the Proto-Types. The real work and heart is in them.
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    Great call Larry, if you take it apart and try to...

    Great call Larry, if you take it apart and try to re-use the old one it will leak. Those canister type filters are just tough to seal there, no matter what vehicle they are on. If you want a perfect...
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    The sealing washer under the nut is a critical...

    The sealing washer under the nut is a critical piece if you don't want drips. As you can read about mine, I blew oil all over a fresh restore because of that sealing washer. It is usually a copper...
  13. Thread: Grills

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    The grill is the most identifiable and attempted...

    The grill is the most identifiable and attempted copy piece on the Jeeps. As gm is pointing out, a lot of history in the grill including law suites on manufacturers trying to copy it. Take a pic of...
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    Nice detective work. gmwillys always gets us...

    Nice detective work. gmwillys always gets us going the right direction.
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    Looking like new Tom!

    Looking like new Tom!
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    Wow the hours of work you are putting into this!...

    Wow the hours of work you are putting into this! What a project you have here. I think it appears to be much easier to restore one than create one.
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    I looked long at that carb also Larry, I dunno...

    I looked long at that carb also Larry, I dunno what it is either! It looks very similar to an early Carter like off a 50's Chevrolet truck, but the linkage is in the wrong place. It obviously bolts...
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    Wow just what you don't expect. You make the...

    Wow just what you don't expect. You make the decision to get a new body and you get a new demolished one. You expect the lure of the new body, (bolt on no major body work required) to compensate for...
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    Nice catch! It is funny that the little 4 uses...

    Nice catch! It is funny that the little 4 uses 1-3-4-2. Most European 4's use 1-2-3-4. Here in the U.S. it has pretty much always been 1-3-4-2.

    It is one of those if you believe in coincidences...
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    The tie bar and the heat shield are both used on...

    The tie bar and the heat shield are both used on the 3A. That said it will "work" without them. The 3A does use a different part number tie bar however. The 2A uses a A-1354 while the 3A uses a...
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    No difference Patriot, it's in the same spot....

    No difference Patriot, it's in the same spot. Same routing of the lines.
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    Your gonna love it Old Norse. I just finished up...

    Your gonna love it Old Norse. I just finished up my 3A and jumped back over to a past life, building a stroker motor for a Hot Rod!
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    You need a new frame Old Norse and the frame you...

    You need a new frame Old Norse and the frame you have is not from a CJ3B. You are correct, it should have a single pane of glass.
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    Mark, if you can get your hands on the CJ3B parts manual, you will know for sure....
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    As Larry said, it comes from the front of the...

    As Larry said, it comes from the front of the block right next to the oil pump. It then goes in the side of the filter. It drains out the bottom into the timing cover. Here are a couple more pics.
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