Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by mb82, Apr 5, 2007.
Strange I see the pic but I dont see any parts???
You guys are tough R)
Nothing special. No that's not pullys that's my PS pump bracket.
Went cheap and figure if I really don't like them after a while I can always swap them out for a complete 4.3L vortec.
Glad to see you getting back at it. Good luck.
Yeah, I had never seen your Jeep before. Love the name and how you found it.
Get after it now! go Go GO ! :smash:
Looking forward to seeing you drive it!
Go, man, go!! OBTW, the offer is still open on the Cherry Picker...
Still awaiting a ride in Chia, it will have an ejection seat, won't it???
Just dropped in to see if it was finished yet. You need to tighten up Old school is almost ready for its 2nd build .
Kinda hard to work on a vehicle when your 120 miles away from your vehicle and am busy all the time.
The first time I've seen your jeep Jeff. Just wanted to say it looks like a good start to a build. I hear you with the no time.
He would be done with it if he would only paint it OD .
Fishin'?, jeep work?, fishin'?, jeep work?, FISHIN'! I can understand.
I really only fish when I am in Norfolk. The Jeep is in Richmond 2 hours away. If my Jeep was here I probably still would not be able to work on it since I only have time to fish at night lately, too late to work on a vehicle in a city and grind and weld and make tons of noise.
i hear ya brother...
the progress is great and the way you found it is INSANE... i cant wait to see it driveable... im gonna follow THIS thread fer sher...
keep us posted!
Wait..... Your Jeep is in Richmond???? We seriously need to work on this thing!
Yeah it is taking up a parking spot at my parents house. No way Chia will ever hang out at my apartment, just don't trust the neighbors enough.
Any updates on this '5?
If so, let's see some pics!
Still no updates?
Finally moved back to my Jeep last weekend. Spend the last 2.5 years+ living 106.4 miles away, not that I was counting. Working on finding a real job and working at my old college job right now. This week is busy but I hope to get something done one morning, even if it is bolt the front bumper back on.
Awesome, looking forward to following along with the progress!!
Thanks for the update!
Awesome Jeff, I hope you get a bunch of time to work on it! We're definitely due for some project updates
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