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Posted by Gary Arf on July 15, 2005 at 21:10:22:

In Reply to: Posted by on July 15, 2005 at 06:16:24:

: :I agree too, if my 48 was some kinda 100 point resto I wouldn't enjoy it near as much. I gave mine a rattlecan OD Paint job, it's easy to fix brush scratches and chips. Just yesterday I turned it brown by almost sticking it in a big mud hole, in the woods by myself. It would have been a loooonng walk out. But, the old willys came thru and pulled itself out. Can't do that on a parade ground. If any of you guys are around NE Kentucky, we ought to try to get together sometime and have a run, just a thought. Rob H.

Rob H. and everyone out there, these 2a's were meant to be used and used hard. Having said that they have been used to their capacity for 50 plus years and you will find they have had their day in the sun. We find these old war horses and kick the tired tires and have a vision of restoration. that is what this site is about. Every 2a needs at least a tomb stone ( or at least a shot at another life in the form of donor.(I hate that thought) In the big picture there are only so many out there and the internet is exposing everything in the country if you have the wherewithall to start and finish a project the 2a is cheap and easy to work on.

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