Purty! What is the hull construction?
Maybe about the time of the "3M Law." We used to get a new plate each year until they went reflective.
I had one of these once for a couple of years, also a '69.
I paid $250 for it.
Yeah, but maybe a loose part or shoe dragging? Would it stop if you touched the brake pedal?
With the four-eyes and the "bumper car" skirt? No thank you.
In NH they will allow you to register an antique car using original vintage plates. You could look into that.
A blind person?
Interesting. But I'd go with a manual cable. I like the certainty.
Happens I brought a brake handle assembly home from the dump last month. Now... if only I can find it.
You may have just solved my same problem with an air compressor... :beer:
As a side note the M38A1 frame is the straight type but has an arched top channel. It differed from the contemporaneous CJ5 in this detail.
Moretite strips work fine....
My parents were antique dealers. It is the authentic wear-and-tear of actual use that gives classic things their value.
One of my best investments was buying a half-dozen Grade 70 chains. I take daily pleasure from using them, secure in knowing they will hold.
"Put down the torch, back away from the steel, and no one gets hurt..."
Let me get this straight - this is to replace the parts you started the...
Tie rod end remover. The original 'pickle fork.'
Sure, that's what I do. But will they hold against a cheater?
Won't help, because the eccentrics will rotate.
IIRC, they are all right-hand thread. And a great item for Never-Seize.
But it is confusing because the eccentrics operate in opposition. Left...
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