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New Project Military JEEP ASSEMBELED BY FORD.

This is my new project it is a military jeep assembeled by ford. 4wd Manual 4cyl Tons of FUN LOL.


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that thing is sick!
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Thanks.
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Sweet Jeep dude! What ya got planned for it?
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Its hummer in that its built like a military vehicle with tough parts, but fully independant suspension. However my uncle made drop brackets for one before that gave it as much lift as he wanted with new coils all the way around so maybe some 34 10.50 LTB's
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Its hummer in that its built like a military vehicle with tough parts, but fully independant suspension. However my uncle made drop brackets for one before that gave it as much lift as he wanted with new coils all the way around so maybe some 34 10.50 LTB's
nice find with the jeep. do all the bolt heads have a ford logo on them? id take one of those old jeeps over a HMMWV any day. HMMWV's are weak. have fun with the jeep man, i will have one some day
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The seats don't look to comfy.
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Na I will put bucket seats in it prolly, and it was free. It used to be my dads and i found it in a garage at my grandmothers house.
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you FOUND IT in the garage... that means it had to be lost in the garage... HOW BIG IS THIS GARAGE?? i wonder how much other cool **** is in there
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Nice project! I'd like to have an old jeep to work on.
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sweet man cant wait to see it lifted and you wheeling it
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What year? Got any pics of the suspension? Drivetrain? Engine? You're killing me with just one photo! lol
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That thing looks awesome, more pics!
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reminds me of my roomates 69 jeep... it has the coolest seat belts they are straight out of an airplane but have the old school jeep logo pressed into them. Thing is BA.

Yours looks like a good little project
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those old gpw's are awesome.
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Thanks guys more pics coming i have a double axle car trailor im just waiting to use my uncles truck to bring her home then i will have more pics. It was grown up from noone using the garage but there is a thunderbird SC supercoupe in there a Jeep military truck a 351 cleveland and a few built engines. Its BA they just dont like getting a lot out. Im about to change all that. The SC is my uncles he might sell it to me IDK. The jeep truck is his too cause me and my dad took the Small Military jeep
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Damn that looks fun!
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You big tease.........only one pic...LOL
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looks like a fun toy!
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pix of toys in garage or they dont EXIST!!
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Have fun fixing all that rust.
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the guy who worked on my golf is restoring a ford cv something. it's a flat front army truck. he had to fabricate alot since it was rusted pretty bad. i forget the exact name, but they were built in windsor at the same plant that eventually made the famous 302s and 351s.
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pix of toys in garage or they dont EXIST!!
Sniff I don't have a garage we live out in the country sorry I'll take one when I move to a neighborhood LOL more pics soon about to get started
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