Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Chilly, Oct 26, 2009.
Uber-cool Chrysler crinkle black air cleaner with ginormous K&N filter.
This shows crossover pipe passing from passenger side across and over the skid plate but under the front driveshaft. With front axle at full sag there is still plenty of clearance. Pipes are stainless.
Heres the 2-into-1 with Flowmaster 44 Delta behind it. I like that the flowmasters don't have packing to retain engine moisture and rot out from the inside. Sounds good and it's super durable. The muffler shop did a nice job of tucking it up high and flat.
This view shows the high exit behind the left tire.
Nice,,,and unique looking rig,,enjoy it.
The SuperJeep scheme took a while for me to warm up to. Definitely diifferent but I like it now.
Kinda makes you wonder how many of them were painted over once the 70's were finished,,,,,,,,,
that ,um,,,,,factory? wow.
Cool Jeep! There is a place selling reproduction decals if you decide to repaint it. Theres a white Super Jeep in the next town over from us.
You gotta get one of those mullet wigs to wear when you drive that! That thing rocks!
Nice. There's a super here in town the same colors.
Alloy axles for D30
New spindles, wheel bearings, seals, ball joints
Lockright in D30
Open rear D44, for now. Lockright or Detroit soon.
Warrior Products leaf spring plate skid plates
2-1/2" 4wd Hardware lift, probably BDS rebranded
Stainless pre-bent brake lines
Braided stainless brake hoses
Centerforce II clutch
New galvanized gas tank and sender
Coated steel line for gas line
New radiator, forget brand
New windshield frame and rubber from 4WD Hardware
New parking brake cables from 4WD Hardware
New rear crossmember from 4WD Hardware
New front parking lights
New heater core
Stainless 2-1 exhaust, Flowmaster exhaust
Tons of blasting, priming, painting
Lots of stainless hardware
And I haven't even touched the body yet
yea but the hard parts done .......I'd rather have a runner than a looker anyday
X2 on the mullett wig
You could start a '70s collection,, find yourself one of the Levi's Edition Jeeps.R)R)
C'mon, guys. A mullet is way too modern for my rig. If I had a 1988 IROC I'd be all over a mullet, a pair of Converse Cons (with the big flourescent green laces, untied of course), parachute pants, two polo shirts with both collars up, maybe a bandana tied above my knee, and some Scorpion blaring from my tape deck.
A 73 SuperJeep needs a special kind of outfit. While white zipper boots and matching belt adorning poly pants and a big-collared silk shirt would certainly be period-correct, it just doesn't embody the kind of dude who would be kicking dirt in a SuperJeep. No, that fellow's long hair isn't confined to "the back deck". His freak flag flies loud and proud, parted down the middle and tied back with a filthy red bandana. He wears a faded out concert T-shirt from either Skynyrd or Waylon Jenning and a pair of jeans with slightly belled bottoms, but not crazy big like a smelly hippie. His watch is held on by a wide leather band with two buckles, strong enough to tow his Jeep if necessary. His Zippo has it's own tooled leather holster right next to his brass-bolstered Buck folder. He likes his wallets chain-driven. His radio is equally likely to play Merle Haggard's "Momma Tried" or Jefferson Airplane. His "Keep On Truckin'" hat is adorned with two pins: a yellow smiley face and a green NORML pin. He believes in peace and love enough to get along with everyone he meets but thinks if you're going to send troops you ought to let them win the damn thing.
ah the memories R)
Missing your IROC and parachute pants?R)
Might as well stick with what has already been started. A couple years ago took off the body to fix some things that sorely needed fixing.
Wow! Do you have a lot of work to do. I've done this work before, not saying your doing it wrong or being mean. I find it easier to patch a square hole not...
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