Its funny because I am soo much further than these pics. but if I were to get stuck or take a break for a while, at least i can throw up some updates and pretend to be busy.
So at this point, I was so confused on where to start. I mean, I just put her on stands and started yanking big things off that hid rust, or no rust. I didnt know what i would find.
Fuel tank removal. First time with the grinder on this heep. (lots ahead...) the bolts holding up the tank on the front side were basically headless.
Another days, or so of work. removing the front clip and such
everything went pretty smooth soo far. It sucks to be working out in the sun tho. my dads garage is fully occupied wit a '71 Monte Carlo rebuild. He's my inspirational/influential teacher. Maybe ill throw some pics up of his project too. You'll see how we do things the right way, the wrong way, the hard way! but always gettin it done! we have a garage with a lot of tools, but prayers to the jeep gods!!! there are so many more tools out there that could help us get it done fast!
Oh! and a lil FYI the interior of this jeep will be done like none youve seen before, lots o handcrafted work will be done, home brewed upholstery, possible carpet fitting, dash painting colors! n stuff! get prepared!
Til next time fellow jeepers!