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This is what I have to start with for my Jeepster. Now maybe you can see why I have to do the chevy thing. Yes I already regret trading my wagoneer for the chevy truck. You just have to understand that I put to much time and money into the wagoneer so I could butcher it. At least now its new owner appreciates the wagoneer body style. My other jeepster looks about the same except for it has red paint and rusted floors. I hope you guys can now accept the fact that I am just trying to put one more Jeepster on the roads of the U.S.

 

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Whatever it takes! I have to take this time to post some of my better pics that I have nabbed off the BBS in the last year or so.

This pic is Pat's Jeepster, I don't know if he hangs around here any more, but he is famed for his "featherwieght tailgate". I don't have the pic of the tailgate, but you could sweep it into an envolope and mail it, it was that rusty.

John
48 CJ-2A, 49 Willys truck, 70 Jeepster Commando, 89 Wrangler, 98 4x4 Tacoma
 

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Sure, it might look bad now, but I think it has potential!

 
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I will post some pics as my the project continues. I think it it has a lot of ptential myself. I predict a realy nice outcome for my jeepster.

 

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Hurc - That Jeepster on the trailer looks almost new - a little duct tape, some baling wire, a dab of JB Weld and it'll just like new.

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"Don't Fix Unless Broke"
 
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