Making your own tool box is do-able, but requires metal working tools I don't have. Not to mention skills I don't have either.
i took an old tool...
Wow, that looks good. I think it will run cool with that radiator.
Seems like the usual rust we all see in those places where dirt and moisture sit.
Clean it well, remove the old filler, measure carefully. I make...
Yes, I think it may be reasonable and will go up in price.
I would love to have some antique cars but can't shell out that kind of money. Maybe...
The Jeep is for work and off road and fun driving. This is the Sunday Go to Meeting Car.
I like everything about it but the price.
You have worked on and driven that Jeep so much it is starting to look like you!
All joking aside, that is a nice looking and functional Jeep.
The other thing I have battled is lighting. I tend to get runs in the places I cant see well.
Last time I got some Led lights (like the old...
I like to use the reducer that is the same brand as the paint. Others will work, but sometimes you can have problems with wrinkling or lifting if...
I got the M38A1 from a friend in Virginia. Want to build the Jeep my dad had in Vietnam.
Was in Clayton this morning getting PPE supplies for...
I can find them, they are on an old computer.
They doors are in rough shape, but can be salvaged.
I will get together some of those pics...
Got an old Artic top for the M38A1. It has plywood doors. Fitment is a royal pain. Doubt I'll ever install it.
That is a cool idea. A period era correct modification. Saving history right there.
Sounds like a great project. Should be useful also.
Steve Greenberg on G503 sells the oil lines for $15.
Knew I'd find it.
FS: NOS M38A1 Cylinder Head Oil Line - G503 Military Vehicle Message...
Seems like you are forever taking stuff off.
..... Still waiting to get it all back together again.
Keep at it. Looking good.
Seem to remember...
I really like that Jeep!
Just like looking at that truck.
The patina, stance, all just right.
That is one cool piece of history there, Very nice.
Ron Covel is a great guy. He's really interested in keeping the metal working hobby going. I really like his videos.
Mittler Brothers is great...
There's just something about fixing stuff that seems un-fixable.
Really nice job.
I have used the shrinker/stretcher and english wheels in the past.
Went to a metal meet in Rock Hill SC two years in a row. Learned a lot.
Got those off before with the manual impact wrench and also with a "Shake N Break" tool used with an air chisel.
I got mine from the Snap On tool...
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