Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Patrick, Apr 8, 2009.
Where do you get those deep glove boxes?
got it here
OMIX 13316.03 Extra Large Plastic Glove Box Insert for 55-71 Jeep CJ Series
Always like Your Pictures , Thanks for Posting.
Thank you, I did not know these were made, had only seen the regular depth ones.
I can't stop posting Jeep pictures...
Taking the dogs for a run round the property at sunset tonight:
I guess I'm supposed to document more of my daily stuff or some people will think mine is broke.... I'm at menards!
20210904_190754 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr
20210904_185851 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr
Great pics absolutely beautiful!!!!!!
Yes! Use the Jeep, post the pics!
I love seeing pics of people that are actually using the their Jeep. Sweet trailer too.
We cut down about 10 willow tress and I put the hitch I made for the '69 to work dragging logs out of the ditch (Old Red Maintenance Thread) .
It worked great and seems super solid:
Went for a drive through the (currently dry) creek after pulling the logs out:
Emmett had a great time:
Drove to work and then got the kids from school.
Not many people left when I leave work.
20210907_170353 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr
And two happy helpers.
20210907_171618 by Joe with a jeep, on Flickr
Never left the house yesterday.
I do like pulling the trailer everywhere.
Took a couple poser shots of the semi finished product! Still need wheels, tires, and a tire carrier. Plus a diff rebuild. I figure it’s only about half flexed out
Like x2, nice jeep!
Haven’t had much time lately to do work on the poor girl, but I was at least able to polish her up over the weekend. I got a new detailing compound that I wanted to try out, so the Jeep became the guinea pig. I have to say I'm pretty impressed with how much shine is still left in that old paint!
What compound did you use?
Mothers clay bar and detailer compound (comes in a kit), followed by a decent wax and a lot of buffing.
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