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    Adding to the collection or just visiting??

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    Before long you'll be able to sign up for dealership tags!!!!

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    Wait - this doesn't belong at the Rust Ranch.

    It doesn't have enough holes rusted through it!
    Nice.....

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    It's a keeper for the fleet. A parts getter for the parts runner, so to speak. A rainy day runner. The price was right, and it doesn't need much just a little TLC.

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    Hmmm.... got that chic magnet thing going on.

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    It's working so far.....

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    Last weekend I brought the 2A out to give her some exercise, an to socialize with some of her descendants. Project 22, (a foundation that is working on reducing the amount of veteran suicide) had a benefit ride sponsored by the Georgia Jeep Invasion. There was an obstacle course set up, and trail rides that one could partake in. The Grandma Willys concurred them all without breaking a sweat. The only thing that needs attention is the drivers side front spring flattened out while going over the rock course. I was extremely happy with her performance. Much more than the guy with the brand new TRX Ram, who became high centered, and had to be pulled off.

    The last photo is from today. The girls and I put on 100 miles of back country riding through the Talladega National Forest.
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    That looks cool! Nice photos gm. That ole' Jeep of yours is a true testament to how resilient and purpose built those things were. 70+ years later, all original, still "King Of The Hill".

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    The trail boss on the ride came up after the ride to shake my hand for bringing the Ole girl out to show how it was done. The mall crawlers we're having some difficulties on the rocks, but with me being narrow, I could scurry up the obstacles with ease. The drivers side front spring flattened out some, but after sitting this week, it rebounded back into shape.

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    Is the pretty green Jeep a new resident in your garage - or did the order of the pictures get reversed?

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