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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-09-2016, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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First Project 1969 Jeepster Commando

Picked up the Jeepster in San Antonio, dauntless V6 is getting a once over then going back in. Getting the brakes in order now. Thanks for all of the invaluable insight so far.

46xxx miles on the odometer
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Welcome to the forum. Nice Jeep. what are your mod plans for it? good luck on the build.
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Mod plans are non existent, so far. Will probably go for the HEI and a modern alternator to eliminate the external volt regulator, but besides that I'm sticking with everything else original. Got the gas tank recoated last week, rebuilt front brakes and resealed the front end(knuckles, pinion seal, diff) starting on the rear dana 44 today, radiator came back from the shop with a clean bill of health, dauntless 225 is going to be rebuilt next month, after that I should be rolling!
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Cool Jeepster. I got a 73 Commando myself and have had a lot of fun.

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