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Old 03-04-2012, 09:23 PM
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Picked this project up in Nebraska for a customer, will start tearing this thing down in the next couple of weeks and do a complete frame off resto-mod on this thing.

If anybody knows where a hard top is let me know I need one and a few other parts too.
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that looks like a fun project, JW. What year is it? I cant tell because the front grill and rear tailgate look like different eras to me. Is it gonna be a Disney rock crawler?
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It's a 75 I don't know about the tailgate but I thought all the grill were the same. It's not going to be a rock buggy, the 3" body lift is comming and a smaller tire. The owner had one in high school and wanted to have one again to run around town. I don't think it will see any offroad action again
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