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03-15-2013 02:51 PM
GTJ
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Originally Posted by ed98208 View Post
Not mine, just a random pic I snapped when I was out and about:
Wow can just imagine all the years of parts on that one
03-15-2013 02:29 PM
ed98208 Not mine, just a random pic I snapped when I was out and about:
03-15-2013 10:32 AM
dale 3 Great pictures! We need more!
03-15-2013 09:40 AM
GTJ
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Originally Posted by Mike Gardner View Post
Thank you! My 2a is also all orig. I sold my power take off because I didn't want it as I knew it wouldn't last if imkept it.
I do have a 1947 Koenig Iron Works Steel top.
I love the old originals you don't see many of them but for a all around 4x4 they were hard to beat as long as you didn't mind the rough ride
03-15-2013 07:50 AM
Mike Gardner Thank you! My 2a is also all orig. I sold my power take off because I didn't want it as I knew it wouldn't last if imkept it.
I do have a 1947 Koenig Iron Works Steel top.

03-15-2013 07:28 AM
GTJ
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Originally Posted by Mike Gardner View Post
Spelled Willys, sorry. Lol

Here's a few of my CJ. Some pics are with my other Jeeps.

Getting ready,....

Going!!!!!!

Rescuing 2 Jeeps.
Very nice I love the old jeeps my dad's is 1954 with the old metal hard top he has kept it original even still running the straight 4 cylinder. It has a power take off wench and goes down the road like a turtle but is very much a goat in the mountains. Thank you for share the pictures very well done!
03-15-2013 02:36 AM
Mike Gardner Spelled Willys, sorry. Lol

Here's a few of my CJ. Some pics are with my other Jeeps.



Getting ready,....


Going!!!!!!



















Rescuing 2 Jeeps.







02-20-2013 10:51 AM
Mumblewood Here's my Dads, we built all our own molds, and layed our own fiberglass body lengthened it and the frame doved the rear, bent the cage and did a bunch of other stuff to it also. He bought it in 74' and it started out as an original 2wd DJ3 surrey edition. he's rebuilt it a few times now.

02-16-2013 08:03 AM
GTJ
Old Willey's Jeep pictures

My dad has a 1954 Willey's I would love to see pictures of what people have done to these jeeps

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