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wow ! that's an oldie, but goodie from days gone by.
nice pics ! thanks for posting them.
I'm a veteran..say, how about a loan ? I'll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.
Shes got the money..right ?
A cherry CJ2A out here is anywhere from seven grand to nineteen grand for a show boat.
Parts are very...
lol, I found myself watching ez rider on tv last night. I admit to rolling one to Don't Bogart that Joint, works every time!
this song is for you, Larry. :cool2:
Both sons learned How to drive in that jeep.
Usually with a slap and a display of a .45 automatic..
I live on 8 acres up in the foothills. Only neighbors, kids and FedEx comes...
Excuse me ....excuse me ........YOU cleaned it up? That was MY picture and MY mess that I cleaned up thank you.
she is like "yeah i killed it for you, can i have a biscuit?"
just like I remembered it. :D I had to show a 2nd Lt how to start one once. :facepalm:
John it sure is. In fact they look very similar to the old dimmer switches. It does require a key.
You have to put your right foot on...
nice looking old Jeep. except for the seats, it reminds me of the ones I drove in the Army. :D
is the starter still on the floor ?
Hey Soul, mine is a 53 CJ3B.
The only mods are 11" brakes and converted to 12 volt.
Those original 9" brakes ain't too swift.