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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-06-2002, 10:04 AM
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Could you guys still help me if i put all the stuff im talkin about in a 63 willy's? the willy's hasnt run in a few years so i wanna make it run!!!!! i need a whole bunch of stuff for it though!!! like the stuff i talk about in my other posts but i just wanted to know if you guys could still help me?

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Take your time John. You still have 4 years untill you can even get your drivers lic. You have plenty of time to ask, learn, and build whatever you want.
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sounds like you're in a good position right now anyway with your dad into 4 wheeling and Jeepin. My folks weren't into it and pretty dead set against me ever getting a Jeep. I've had to work my butt off to afford my broken down heeps. Enjoy riding with dad for now and when you get a little older, convince him to let you drive his rig a little bit so you can get some experience.

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Thanks for responding to Johns post. I told him if he wanted to learn about Jeeps to read this board(instead of playing games)and by the time he was 16 he'd be ready.

Since I told him he could have my Willys, I guess he got a little carried away with the drive train questions.

It is a beautiful thing that he takes such great interest in Jeeps.....tho the wife is a little nervous about having two Jeep nuts in the house[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]

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Two Jeepers, one house = wrecked budget. Time to put that youngin' to work Edder!

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Working on your Jeep with your dad will be some of the best memories you will have in your life! My dad bought a brand new 1979 Jeep CJ-7 when I was in 6th grade! I was hooked! My first was a 1976, we built a 1984 together in the early 90's. Last night my dad stopped by my shop and helped me on my latest project... I lit up the torch to remove some broken bolts out the frame.. he yells... "where did you ever learn use one of those.." with a big smile on his face! I think I was 12 when he taught me how to use a torch and stick welder, at that time he was building a '49 Ford, the "Lazy Eight"!

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