Restoring my fathers old hunting Jeep

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  1. catscratch

    catscratch Well-Known Member

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    I like it!
     
  2. JohnL48

    JohnL48 Well-Known Member

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    Quick update
    All glass is in
    Wiring is done
    Factory air I got from an A/C cab going in
    Working on
    getting heat and a/c ducts in
    Stainless brake lines
    Hood and cowl painted



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    Looking good ! You have the best engine GM ever madeā€¦..
     
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    Got a fender on today
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    Drivers side fender is on as well as the paint divider molding on back of cab
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