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Unread 06-30-2002, 12:18 PM   #1
Franken-Jeep
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Finally got a digital camers!

I am in the process of restoring a 1981 CJ7. I am REALLY over my head! It has been fun and I have learned alot! Anyway, got a digital camera and put up a cheezy website. Check out my pics. I will be organizing it better in the next couple of weeks.

Thanks

BTW - looking for suggestions and pics of paint color options.

Greg <a href="http://www.bmw-m3.tv/jeep.html" target="_blank">1981 Jeep Project</a>

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Unread 06-30-2002, 09:44 PM   #2
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Looks like you don't have a whole lot left to do, what size is the chevy engine?
I would have no trouble tearing your Jeep down to the frame and reassembling, but that DIGITAL CAMERA stuff scares the he!! out of me.
I would love to get one so I could post pictures of my project, but get totally confused when I look at them.....
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1979 CJ7 (YJ tub) full cage, Currie 9inch rear with Warn full float kit, detroit locker, 456 gears both ends, Lockrite in front, T 18 trans, 360, 040 over, Isky cam, 2 into 1 Flowmaster exhaust

I'm not as good as I once was....but I'm good once as I ever was.
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Unread 07-02-2002, 08:33 PM   #3
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The digital camera is pretty easy to operate. My camera actually records on diskettes and then I upload them to my website. The Jeep site is a sub site of my BMW site (www.bmw-m3.tv).

My Engine is a 350, 1976. Bored .020 over. I just go the "Painless" wiring kit and I am a little nervous I may be really over my head.

I am going to reorganize the site soon.

Thanks!
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