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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2015 6:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

wesk wrote:
Add your location to your profile so folks close by can let you know what's out there. I've owned the full gamut on jeeps almost. MB (now), GPW (1970-73), CJ2A (1986-87), CJ3A (1986-8Cool, CJ3B (1996-2005), M38 (now), M38A1 (1986-89), CJ5 (now), and DJ5D (now). The most all around pleasing ride was the M38A1 & the CJ5. I am 68" 172 Lbs. The CJ5/6 & M38A1/M170 give you a couple more inches of belly room behind & under the rim of the steering wheel. Also they offer 12 more HP with the F134. I actually have three CJ5's right now. A 1960 F134 snow plow jeep, a 1961 Project vs parts and a 1971 rolling chassis set up for one of my 225 Dauntless V-6's and my T98 4 speed setup. The M38 is down to installing the engine and harness. The 60 plow jeep has the engine & tranny/transfer out. When I get them done a quick resto on the MB then on to that 71 V6 setup.


Like I said, a lot of nice choices out there LOL Smile I have had several Wranglers and still have a 2000 model that is my daily driver. That is why I was thinking about restoring a truck instead, I can already get that, no doors open top enjoyment. You've shown me though that there is nothing wrong with having more than one Jeep Laughing
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