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05-02-2009 01:18 PM
jpdocdave ^awesome, same things going on here.
05-02-2009 07:20 AM
78cj7 Dave your son's look to be as much of a handful as mine. After seeing your pics i decided to go back and look for some of my own. I can't find my first jeep pics (way too long ago for the computer) but I found one of my boy in the TJ I used to have.




Man those were fun days, but he cried when I got rid of that one. i was jeepless for 3 years before I got my first cj, and then he played on the cj like it was a jungle jim.



And he also helped show my friends just how he wanted things done.



Now I am building a YJ that he says I have to save for him to drive (in 8 years)

05-01-2009 09:46 PM
jgano23 ^^
05-01-2009 09:30 PM
4point
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Originally Posted by jgano23 View Post
so in 15 years or so we will be seeing posts from jpdocII?
He will be the Fiat Wrangler expert.
05-01-2009 09:09 PM
jpdocdave
05-01-2009 09:04 PM
jgano23 so in 15 years or so we will be seeing posts from jpdocII?
05-01-2009 09:02 PM
jpdocdave just a lot....
05-01-2009 08:58 PM
jgano23 i'm guessing he takes after his dad, huh?
05-01-2009 08:54 PM
jpdocdave ^ummmm...go find your dad...i don't have daughters

dug this one out for you jgano my younger son last summer

05-01-2009 08:52 PM
jgano23 i did gud in skool, i grajuated kolleg with a 3.93 and i don't mind working on my jeep (i have a lot to learn though) can you help me buy and build my cj?
05-01-2009 08:45 PM
jpdocdave i know, that i can't wait for. he's got a choice of jeeps comin, not my yj though. as long as he keeps doing good in school, and is willing to work on a jeep, i'll help buy and build whatever he wants.
05-01-2009 08:36 PM
jgano23 just think soon he'll be asking for the keys so he can drive.
05-01-2009 08:26 PM
jpdocdave
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your son is adorable dave.
thanks....he gets it from me

man, i can barely remember him looking like a baby.
05-01-2009 08:25 PM
jgano23 your son is adorable dave.
05-01-2009 08:22 PM
jpdocdave although my oldest son (now 6) remembers riding in it top off before it was gone. and he really wants my yj now to be done.





05-01-2009 08:09 PM
jpdocdave
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Originally Posted by RednekYJ View Post
That is sweet. I'll have to see if my old man has any pics of my jeep. It's an 89 and he bought it in the summer of 90(I was 7) with 26,000 on it, supposedly it was driven here from Cali and traded in. When I turned 16 he decided he had enough of the bumpy ride He bought an Eldorado and made a deal with me. If I paid insurance and gas I could drive it and if I graduate HS he would sell it to me for a $1000. When the jeep was finally "mine"(graduation 01) the motor decided to dump out 3 months afterwards. I replaced it with an ATK longblock and put about 5,000miles on it and decided to make it huge. Before I finished the GF and I had a daughter and bought a house. I haven't had the money to finish it and even worse, I haven't been able to drive it in 4 years now. I love my jeep.
get the pics man, relivin the glory days....kinda like my story, at least you didn't have to sell yours.

i had to sell that one when the family came along.....i was wranglerless for 4 or 5 years, now i'm building my current yj for keeps, and somehow have more jeeps than i really should.

atk is a good reman motor to by the way.
05-01-2009 04:30 PM
RednekYJ That is sweet. I'll have to see if my old man has any pics of my jeep. It's an 89 and he bought it in the summer of 90(I was 7) with 26,000 on it, supposedly it was driven here from Cali and traded in. When I turned 16 he decided he had enough of the bumpy ride He bought an Eldorado and made a deal with me. If I paid insurance and gas I could drive it and if I graduate HS he would sell it to me for a $1000. When the jeep was finally "mine"(graduation 01) the motor decided to dump out 3 months afterwards. I replaced it with an ATK longblock and put about 5,000miles on it and decided to make it huge. Before I finished the GF and I had a daughter and bought a house. I haven't had the money to finish it and even worse, I haven't been able to drive it in 4 years now. I love my jeep.
05-01-2009 01:40 PM
jgano23 23, but not for too much longer.
05-01-2009 01:39 PM
jpdocdave
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Originally Posted by jgano23 View Post
i wasn't even old enough to drive when those pics were taken .
what are you? 19?
05-01-2009 10:17 AM
cherokee980
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Originally Posted by jgano23 View Post
i wasn't even old enough to drive when those pics were taken .

Cheesus don't like fibbers!!!
05-01-2009 09:32 AM
jgano23
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Originally Posted by jpdocdave View Post
2000-2002 thereabouts??
i wasn't even old enough to drive when those pics were taken .
04-30-2009 10:12 PM
jpdocdave
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Originally Posted by turdhurdler View Post
On the path of Memory Lane, how far back are those pics taken?

Jeff
2000-2002 thereabouts??
04-30-2009 10:09 PM
yjwrangler sweet man it looks nice, brings back some not so distant memories of my own! my buddy has rims like that, or he did at least 5 months ago, i thought they were so damn ugly, he had them wrapped with a pair of thornbirds.
04-30-2009 10:08 PM
turdhurdler On the path of Memory Lane, how far back are those pics taken?

Jeff
04-30-2009 09:54 PM
jpdocdave
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Originally Posted by trumsey07 View Post
are those stock springs and an soa i see?

that jeep had many different springs, the pic w/ the bfg muds on it is stock springs, with an add a leaf made from the main spring cut out of another stock set of springs, and bigger shackles.

i ditched the bigger shackles once i started using bigger springs. i then proceeded to wear out 2" springs soa w/ stock shackles. back then all springs had lifetime warranties.....it was sweet. i got around 4 sets of springs free, 2 sky jacker and 2 rough country.

and those thornbird tires i really liked.

i forgot the last pic i had scanned

04-30-2009 09:15 PM
trumsey07 are those stock springs and an soa i see?
04-30-2009 07:48 PM
jpdocdave
Memory Lane (pics)

had a buddy scan some pics of my first jeep...yj of coarse. all my pics are 35mm, so i'm glad i can finally put a few up.

man i loved that thing, wish it was still here, but i have enough now anyway.... this has a couple stages of the yj, bought it stock, and then got the disease....enjoy









and i loved those wheels, i wish they still made them...they looked stupid on everything else but my jeep.

thanks for sharing my trip down memory lane. i have a huge garbage bag full of 35mm jeep pics.

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