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    I guess we're a bit too sensitive as to what an...

    I guess we're a bit too sensitive as to what an M38A1 should be after the Pelago epic:



    Additional service included fitting a 12-volt ignition and distributor

    The lighting and electrical...
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    Amen Brother!

    Amen Brother!
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    Powder Coated Exhaust

    You just keep pushing the bar higher and higher.
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    Spring has Sprung

    "The quirks of a 75 year old Heep."

    I peeled the mummy wrap off the '48 today and took it for a ride around the section. In Indiana roads are wrapped around each section of land (1 square mile;...
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    "What in the hell was I thinking " If I had a...

    "What in the hell was I thinking "

    If I had a dollar for every time ...

    I see that you have a MediumFH in the tool set.

    Just don't let any of those dammit clips get away from you.
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    After the paint job you did on "The Orange...

    After the paint job you did on "The Orange Crush", I want to see what you come up with this time. The '51 stock colors of Emerald Green (peeJ), Tunisian Red and Manila Red really pop in modern...
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    Drippy Rear End (The truck, not me...)

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    Hey, peeJ worked hard in his first life, he deserves to be spoiled now. The truck still wants to go out and play in the mud and snow, but I say NO - you make too big a mess!!

    That Timken...
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    "I was young and dumb and full...

    "I was young and dumb and full of......................"

    "I was young, dumb and full of >>>>> and wanting to go to WestPac" was the saying from the 1960's Navy guys...
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    Take Her For a Spin

    I really thought about it, but the main reason I decided not to was that when I came back from the last spin, I was piddling from the general area of the pinion bearing shaft at the front of the...
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    Waking up from hibernation

    Today was as good a day as we are going to get for the next week, so I went out and coaxed the Old Beast to life. As you can see from the picture, it was deep in hibernation, but you gotta' do what...
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    Welcome back!

    Well, it has been really quiet around here the last month or so - I think the biggest head scratcher was about self-parking windshield wipers.

    I'm glad your wife is getting better, it's not...
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    OMG!! Slobber, drool and dribble

    OMG ----- IT'S A 2WD!!!!!

    There is some rebuilding up front around the radiator and a different air cleaner, but it has the two piece "C'mere Dear" front seat, the push button doors and the...
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    And just to think - we knew her back in April '18...

    And just to think - we knew her back in April '18 when she was just a bare chassis on some work stands.

    Great Job!!!!
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    Americar

    They were of fairly limited production and as I have read, you had to have a real need to be able to buy one after December 1941 - there was a war on you know. Doctors, certain local government...
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    '50 Jeepster

    I'd maybe go $6K - it looks like the metal is good - at least not any corners knocked off from hitting the garage. It does have the 6-cylinder engine and with the overdrive, it should be fairly...
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    Separation Anxiety?

    Which one of you gets separation anxiety; peeJ or you? (payback for the old man crack)
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    " ...and scratched my head trying to figure out...

    " ...and scratched my head trying to figure out what the different knobs were for."

    Left knob was ON/OFF -Volume. Right knob is tuning (or maybe vice-versa).

    The buttons in a row are your...
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    "Born on the third of July"

    "Born on the third of July"
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    Fans and Thermostats

    "Got it all back together and the thermostat opened at 162 it went to 185"

    If you have ever had a thermostat stick, gauge pinned at max hot and then dump half the coolant all over the engine bay -...
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    Fan Shrouds

    If I remember correctly, on the 48 the shroud was a two-piece shroud and part of it had gone away over the years. The radiator we found at the Jeep yard over in Toledo was a bottom mount radiator,...
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    Gettin' Hot

    In the Toledo Parade last year, BMorgil's PeeJ had a temperature problem. Three of us watched the temp gauge pin itself at full scale and we ended up using a coffee mug to hold open the hood just to...
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    Post a Video

    You might try - you can post a 97.7 KB .jpg file. If not, have your grand kids post it to Facebook or YouTube for you and send us a link!

    This is a "gotta see" moment.
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    Where??

    Fifty years in a house full of women has helped me get in touch with my more expressive persona. You had a son to help you!
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    The Orange Crush?

    We didn't really intend to name your Jeep - that was just a comment in passing.

    You could call it The Tangerine Passion if you wanted to ...

    Or something else that has bling to it.
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    Close Serial Number

    I was looking at some other stuff yesterday and in the KWAS Jeep Hunters Field Guide, lower left corner page 28 - the serial plate they use as an example is MC 70424, not too far off from 70999. ...
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