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post #76 of 941 Old 12-12-2008, 05:16 PM
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J Truck x Dos

My 2 78's





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post #77 of 941 Old 01-07-2009, 12:03 PM
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Asa Jay's 1982 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

This is what I call the Jeepand, model II. The first was a 1961 Willys my grandfather built, and that I subsequently wrecked some 25 years ago. We kept it for years afterward, hacking it up into a gross-mobile of sorts. Eventually, I kept the engine and transmission (a 1967 AMC 327 and TH400), purchased a newer 1982 Wagoneer (without engine and trans) and went to work.

The culmination of that work is what you can now find on my web site here:
http://www.asajay.com/Jeep/jeep.htm

I finished the mechanicals around 1999/2000. Since then I've had to replace the Holley ProJection computer once, get the starter rebuilt with new Mistubishi (I think) innards (the Prestolite starter is no longer available anywhere I can find), custom fabricated headers (can't find exhaust manifolds for it anymore either) and have used it mostly as a farm rig for years.

Currently, the thermostatic fan isn't switching on anymore and the entire lighting system has gone down. So I have some more work to do to it this summer.

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post #78 of 941 Old 01-12-2009, 03:52 PM
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This is an 82 with a 360 in it . Been working on it for a couple months and just finished it up . Still a few little bugs to deal with but its road ready .


This was a woody how ever when i repainted it i didnt put the wood grain back on it .






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post #79 of 941 Old 01-24-2009, 10:36 PM
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Too new to even know how to put a picture on the forum, but you can click my name and see Ol' Blue!
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post #80 of 941 Old 02-01-2009, 10:04 PM
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This is an 82 with a 360 in it . Been working on it for a couple months and just finished it up . Still a few little bugs to deal with but its road ready .


This was a woody how ever when i repainted it i didnt put the wood grain back on it .






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post #81 of 941 Old 02-22-2009, 07:33 AM
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My First Jeep but not my last

65 Wagoneer 230 Tornado.



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2006 Rubicon Unlimited 50,000 miles, 6 spd, 2" RC BB 305/70r16 Firestone Destination M/T's on Dick Cepek 16x8's, Clarion DXZ555mp w/ infinity amp and speakers, KC Daylighters, Savvy Front Bumper, Ramsey REP8000, Banks Monster cat back exhaust, IPF H-4 headlights with HIDS.

2000 XJ Limited All Stock.

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post #82 of 941 Old 03-07-2009, 08:51 PM
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Here's our 1967 Jeep J2000. Just bought it and lots of restoration ahead!





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post #83 of 941 Old 03-07-2009, 09:02 PM
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Here's our 1967 Jeep J2000. Just bought it and lots of restoration ahead!





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looks nice, Im looking at buying a '87 Wagoneer


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post #84 of 941 Old 03-08-2009, 01:17 AM
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Here's another M715. It's a '68 with a swapped in 6.2 diesel and SM465. I think I've been putting off the locker(s) long enough, though.






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post #85 of 941 Old 03-09-2009, 02:45 PM
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1972 J2000:





1977 J10:




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1983 CJ7: 258/T5/D300, Dana 30, M20, 4" ProComp, 33s
1972 J2000: 304/T-18/D20, Dana 44s w/ 4.09s, Rear Detroit, 7.50-16s
1977 J10: 401/TH400/Quadratrac, MM part time kit, Dana 60's , 4.10s, welded rear, RS44044s SOA, 63" Springs inboarded, 36s

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post #86 of 941 Old 03-09-2009, 07:40 PM
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Finally, another Thriftside!! Nice truck!

1969 CJ5 1972 J2000 thriftside
1979 J10 1993 ZJ Limited
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post #87 of 941 Old 03-10-2009, 10:58 AM
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dont have any pics rite now but i just bought a 1966 j3000. from basickly first owner. beacuse the origonal owner was the forrest service and i bought it from th guy who bought it from them. its good but bad its got either a chev 350 or chev 327. but it runs good has VERY VERY low gears. needs a clutch some paint and brake work ect..
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post #88 of 941 Old 03-25-2009, 03:18 PM
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1988 grand wagoneer






Have had this jeep since 2005 and has been great. It broke down on my honeymoon and also got into the readers rigs section in JP for that incident. It droped about 2 1/2 quarts of oild on the way to work one day last year and hasent ever been the same(rear main). I can fil it up and it will leak down to the add line no matter how many times i fill it up or run it or not run it. Either way I'll drive it till it blows up for good and I'll replace the motor

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post #89 of 941 Old 03-25-2009, 08:27 PM
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Have had this jeep since 2005 and has been great. It broke down on my honeymoon and also got into the readers rigs section in JP for that incident. It droped about 2 1/2 quarts of oild on the way to work one day last year and hasent ever been the same(rear main). I can fil it up and it will leak down to the add line no matter how many times i fill it up or run it or not run it. Either way I'll drive it till it blows up for good and I'll replace the motor
Looks pretty good.
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post #90 of 941 Old 04-07-2009, 12:21 PM
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Here's the black tank...she's ugly as sin, but she takes just about anything I throw at 'er! (Well, she didn't appreciate me flipping her on her side a couple months ago...but everything else has been pretty smooth)

I've pretty well chopped the living crap out of this truck...and I have plans to "reciprocate" off some more metal.



- '78 J-10 Short box (about to be shorter!)
- D44s (I know...I need to fix that) with Detroits front/rear
- 4.88s
- SOA and shackle flip
- High-steer with 1.5" tie rod
- 37" PJ Dirt Grip shoes (again...I know...lame)



And I'm about to whack about 10" from the bed and frame...so the bed will be only as long as the rear shackles. We'll see how that goes.



Here she is in an unfortunate position... (lost about 15 gallons of fuel here. Dang!)
The lesson here: Don't try to climb trees with your truck! Body damage can occur! (Plus I has to get flipped over by a Dodge...my CJ-7 wasn't up to the task - how embarrassing!)



I think the only part I don't like about owning and driving a badass J-truck is when my idiot friends (I'm 19 - they're around my age) say "what is that?" or "oh, you have a Jeep truck? Is that like a Wrangler?"...it's pathetic, really. I'm like "dude, just hop back into your Civic and don't worry about trying to figure my truck out...you're too young and uneducated." Lol...I want to slap some of these city kids!

- Red '84 CJ-7 - I'll build it someday! I have the parts, but no shop and no time! :(
- Black '78 J-10 - rollin' on 37s and SOA with front/rear Detroits, high-steer, etc.
- Green '93 ZJ - Crusty old PARTS-GIVER TO THE CJ!
"Six in a row makes it go"
...and a driveway full of Subarus...

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