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Originally Posted by titanjeep View Post
- 7 blade fan
- Fan Shroud
- 3 row radiator
- Removal of one normally included temp contol sensor from in the vacuum advance circuit
There may be other items I am not aware of.....
1980 CJ5 Renegade with 304 v8
Click HERE to check out my CJ5 restoration project page
Originally Posted by CJ5_Fan View Post
Air Force Jeep Club - Tail# JF183RV
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Originally Posted by gazzo View Post
Your so right, who would have thought 63 stock looking Jeeps
Jeep. There's Only One
That is by far the best collection of Jeeps I have ever seen.
1984 CJ-7 Renegade
Originally Posted by hasselback View Post
87 Comanche, 4.0, AX15 (formerly BA10/5), D44
84 CJ7, 4.2, AX15 (Formerly T5)
"A recently retired New York man wanted to use his retirement funds wisely, he and his wife decided to buy a home and a few acres in Portugal.
They found a perfect and out of the way farm at a decent price. The modest farm had been vacant for 15 years; the owner and wife both had died, and there were no heirs.
The estate was being sold to pay back taxes. There had been several lookers, but the large barn had steel doors, and they had been welded shut. No one wanted to go to the extra expense to see what was in the barn, and it wasn’t complimentary to the property anyway… (basically and eyesore) so, no one made an offer on the place.
The New York couple bought it as is, paying just over half of the property’s worth; moved in, and set about to access the barn… curiosity was killing him.
So, he and his wife bought a generator and a couple of grinders… and cut thru the welds.
Amazing… Total value of all exotic vehicles… just over 35 Million US dollars in rare vintage cars!"
Photos of Old Car Collection Found in Portugal Barn
Email with attached photographs of an extensive collection of valuable old cars claims that a New York man discovered the vehicles locked in a barn on a property he bought in Portugal. Brief Analysis
The photographs are genuine but the text in the message explaining their origin is untrue. The cars were not an unexpected windfall discovered in a locked barn by a retired New Yorker who bought a property in Portugal. The owner of the cars was a car dealer who kept the more interesting vehicles he acquired and stored them in a barn. He later hired a photographer to take pictures of the cars. Some of these images, along with a somewhat fanciful cover story, began circulating via email and, later, social media.
I wounder if this is photo shopped? You know the old adage, if it seems to good to be true it probably is.
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