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Really cool cj3b page I found when I happened upon this
http://www.film.queensu.ca/cj3b/

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Man this place has some crazy stuff

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I have to say the first word that came to mind was "FUGLY". Is that thing entirely chrome? whatever......

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I must say that is a new definition of "jeeps are built not bought"...why it was built is beyond me. It is even baffling! There are enough lights on it to make a killer night run...but it couldn't go anywhere there are no street lights. Enough time and money was put into it to build a REAL Jeep....yet I expect to see an ungodly number of clowns jump out of it. I respect the work someone put into it...but I don't appreciate what they did to a perfectly fine utility vehicle. PEOPLE CONFUSE ME!!!!

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Ain't "The CJ3B/M606 Page" http://www.film.queensu.ca/cj3b/ a great site? I would love to see a site this detailed and exhaustive for the CJ7!

I enjoy going there and drooling... The first photos, if my memory serves, was of a Jittney that was imported as a body into the US from the Philippines. He was somewhere in the NorthEast, like Main. The guy had 5 of them sitting out in front of his farm for sale. I guess he's down to one now... I wonder who'd by an abortion like those? If I remember right the price was >$5,OOO each. The bodies are made from Stainless Steel. Can one say: "Artistic License"...

As to the second picture.. is is one of my favorites that is included on my Desktop slide show. I capture pictures off the net and keep adding the, 15mgs and countin'.. and yes.. dear readers, many of your Jeeps flash accross the sceens of the Imation Global Systms Support Center. I never saw anything like those tracks in the 50's up in Norhtern Canada or Alaska...I guess the ol' coot's I used to live among just were't too creative! I wonder how you steer that Sweedish/Swiss contraption?

My personal favorite at the site is the Jeep Poster:



There's been a few posts on Jeep trailers the last few days, you guys may enjoy the Bantam Jeep Trailer histor at the site:

http://www.film.queensu.ca/cj3b/Hubb...rs/Bantam.html

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