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I have a '79 Triumph Spitfire that was my daily driver for several years until I got too old to drive without A/C in the South. It was moody, but it never left me stranded. It is now in need of restoration. It's hard to divide the time between the cars and the RV. Work gets in the way.
Outstanding dj! I'll bet your auto didn't look that fine on the showroom floor. What year? I can imagine the hours of loving labor you have in your automobile. (such a gem cannot be referred to as a car) I had not thought of driving my 32 Chevy in parades, but will make plans to do so now.
__________________ 2000 Winnebago Ultimate Freedom USQ40JD, ISC 8.3 Cummins 350, Spartan MM Chassis. USA 1SG, retired;PPA,Good Sam Life member."We the people are the rightful masters of both the Congress and the Courts - not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow men who pervert theConstitution. "Abraham Lincoln"
Hi from the Great White North! It's only -25 here now. So, when its this cold, our hobby is jeeps, as we can't go too far in the MH.
1942 Willys MB- Was in France, as it was rebuilt by the French military in 1961. The brass dash plaques are there. Restored
1946 Willys CJ2A- Have owned it for 40 years. Buick V6, overdrive etc. Restored
1946 Willys CJ2A- Just started restoring. In 1000 pieces. Agri jeep when finished.
1946 Willys CJ2A- Next in line for restoration.
1952 Willys M38- Korean jeep. Survivor.
2006 TJ Unlimited- Toad.
And.. for the retired/tired farmers- 1953 JD R -to be restored this winter or at least get it running for tractor pulls.
-1954 JD 60- to be restored winter of 2011/12
The search never ends!
Jeep guy as well. My first vehicle in 1964 (Chamberlain, SD) was a 1946 Willys CJ2A. Had to shovel out the seat in the winter to drive to school. Slug of antifreeze (pepermint snaups) kept me warm on the 3 mile drive. Now have:
1959 FC (Forward Control) 170
1960 FC 170
1961 FC 170
(All needing restoration)
1979 CJ5 (AMC 304)
1994 Cherokee Country
2005 Grand Cherokee Limited (Hemi) - TOAD
Don't know that I'll ever get to the restorations. No time now and slowing down after the quad bypass couple years ago. Here's some pictures of the FCs.
USMC (Retired) Not as lean - Not as mean - but still a Marine!
When I owned them they were old cars . Now they are classics. I had a 38 Buick Phaeton 4 door convertible .Then a 52 Hillman sedan and convertible. Inherited a 54 MGTF.I guess if I keep my Honda crv long enough it will become a classic.