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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by vtwin, Jul 25, 2010.
Here are some neat pictures from The Toledo Public Library of the Jeeps and cars actually being built in Toledo.
here's another site.
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I wish I could take my truck apart this fast, it would be restored in one day!
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That was cool.
I wonder where that was? They looked Canadian maybe.
Found it. They are Canadian. Shot in Halifax.
Except everything id on hand tight. There is no transfer case and the body is just sitting on the frame. I'd like to see them take a barn find CJ and see how long it really takes them.
I sure wouldn't trust it to stay together on the Rubicon!
It would probably fall apart on the drive up Ice House.
Some random Willys pics.
Nice Can you show us more? Is it yours? Tell us about it if so.
I don't know if I should admit this here, but I think I love jeeps more than bikes.
I finally set the body back on the frame of my '46 CJ2A-I had to cut the whole floor out of it, and weld in a new replacement. Now I have to spot and drill all the body bolts, but at least it's progress.
I second this request.
I thought this was gonna be a thread about telecommuting.
this is like what was given to me by the neighbor lady after I packed her up to move from Anchorage to BC, Canada. Got my first stink finger in one like this.
Was also the first engine I rebuilt, old F head.
Great. Just what I need. Another thread on ADV about cool shit that I really dig.
I got it bad for an older Willys pickup. I admire the older powertrains, but they just won't cut it for "real world" driving on the highway. I'd like (someday) to get a recoverable derelict and throw a Toyota Tundra or Nissan Titan driveline under it.
This might sound odd... but how are they do drive for taller guys? I figure there's plenty of headroom, but how's the leg room?
The ghosts at the old Toledo Parkway plant are stirring and they are not happy.
x2 I would love to have this and make it into an surf fishing/solo rv beach wagon.
Ok, with Dorkpunch and "Bought Grandpa's" truck, I felt i should make an attempt on getting my Willys running. Well, actually, it does sorta run, but it sure don't stop. So out with the old and in with the new.