For lighting, I just used a diamond bit dremel cutoff wheel, carefully cut the back of the bulb out (broke the first light on the the first attempt) and used one strand of clear white, battery opperated l.e.d. Xmas lights per headlight that I found online for cheap and the turn signals I used one strand of yellow for the both of them and put 3 or 4 bulbs in each.
The Jeep Driver
12-27-2013 08:28 AM
:appl:They/you all have done a nice job on those!
I am working on getting one done! Your pics are motivating me to finish it! I found a Jeep while off-roading; it had apparently rolled or went end-over-end down a steep hill, and the owner left it! Judging by the overgrowth and rot, it had been there for a looooong time. I slavaged the grill, had the broken piece welded up, and it's in the process of getting refinished.
12-27-2013 08:39 AM
12-28-2013 06:57 PM
Originally Posted by 94impactyj
So got my Christmas present a little early. Made by my girlfriend and my buddy Jason.
What an awesome idea, gotta make a trip to the junkyard now.
12-29-2013 11:17 AM
we took the front end of a 66 stang and made a stereo ot of it the headlights are the speakers,,,i,ll post pics latter very kool, also a yj light like yours only both look like the car and jeep fornt ends are coming threw the garag