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Re: It's all about the hunt.

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Posted by Rick McDowell on July 19, 2005 at 09:37:17:

In Reply to: Posted by on July 18, 2005 at 02:01:28:


Great story! Where about in Iowa are you. I am down in Osceola and have a '47 CJ2A that I drive about everyday if the weather is nice. I have totally rebuilt the engine, tranny, and TC and everything else under the sheet metal to brand new condition.

Rick Mc

: Avid Jeep fanatic for a few years, mainly military (M715s) but always had a soft spot for flat fenders. Bought a 51 M38 out of a barn last fall, complete and for the most part unmolested, but quite a bit of rust through. Still a good project vehicle.Other vehicles I own are a 68 M715 that was rough and tuff when I bought it with quite a few mods, I use it extensively for trail riding. Second is a 68 M715 w/winch that is bone stock with 9500 miles, it rarely gets driven and never off pavement, Straight as you will see but needs correct paint to be official. Third is a 70 M35a2 multifuel Turbo Diesel, runs great and still being worked when I need to haul a load. Last is a 80 CJ7 that is anything but : T

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