Have you ever looked at the calendar and noticed that a year went by and you haven't done ANYTHING with your jeep project. Yep, that's me.
I did manage to have 2 surgeries and go back to college after 25 years. I have completed an Associates degree in 4 straight semesters and I am going to transfer to FSU to complete my Environmental Science degree.(Also in 4 straight semesters.) I will have my degree in 2 years and 6 months total.
I did get to work on building a workshop to start the Jeep project and it is coming along pretty good. I should get tin on the roof this weekend and atleast have a dry space. I built a back shed off of it first to keep the donor body and some other parts under.
Here's my progress with the workshop so far. It is going to be about 1500 sq ft and I have room to build more side sheds if I need to add more space.
This will be the workshop thread ... I will start the real CJ thread when I get this done. Between 5 classes and 2 jobs it's hard to find dedicated time to work on it.
I got the poles for free from the local power company, I saved a lot of the lumber from when I built houses and I got the trusses cheap. I did the concrete with the help of 2 other guys and I splurged and paid for the Tin. I tried to find some thru craigslist but it wasn't worth the savings. I got 26ga 40 year tin for just a little more and I don't have to cut to length.
Look for more updates .... if anyone has some cheap windows laying around near me let me know