The prior owner had bought it for parts. He was building an all original f script Ford. What I got is the left overs with lots of new parts. There was a new floor pan that needed to replaced. The rest is all in boxes. So after I get it home and start working on it one night after work my 13 year old daughter comes out in the garage and is mad that I started working on it without her. So I had her unborn all the sheet metal and pull the tub off the frame.
12-07-2013 08:44 PM
Very cool, I'll be sure to stay tuned.
12-07-2013 08:45 PM
Darryl the prior onwer had already sand blasted and painted the frame and running gear. Thanks Darryl. But now I get to start from scratch (kinda like playing with Lego's) trying to figure out what goes where.
12-07-2013 08:48 PM
I've decided that I will have the tub sand blasted and start from scratch. While this is being done I will attempt to bolt all the drive train together.
So today was slow at work so I disassembled the light housings, sandblasted them then they got a coat of etch primer. The black out lenses that go in the grille also had 70 years of paint on them aswell. So I resurfaced those as well and got them looking decent.
No prob, it took me a while to figure out all my holes too. (ew, I don't like how that sounds out loud, sorry)
I came across a site called Jeepdraw that had diagrams on everything you could ask for on G503 Jeeps. For $2 a each, this guy in Australia can send you drawings on hole patterns, items you can fabricate, etc. My anti-virus program doesn't like the site but I have used him and I can assure you he can be trusted.