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Old 12-12-2011, 06:14 PM   #15
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Taking my jeep to Moab was the reason I bought my 1st MH in 1988 , 2511 miles from my driveway to Canyonlands campground.

2007 Allegro 34wa .WH w20 8.1 6speed. Bow tie powered 79 CJ7 or a 2014 Jeep Unlimited Rubicon Toad.
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Old 12-13-2011, 07:06 AM   #16
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Great looking Jeep Ken. Here is a photo of my '83 CJ7 that I spent 9 1/2 years doing a frame off restoration on. The drive train is all original (but overhauled - 258 c.i. engine & T4 trans.) and the frame & front clip are also original. Pretty much everything else is new. I replaced the original rusted out CJ body with a YJ body after stripping the frame to bare metal and fabricating and attaching all new body mounts & treating with POR. I get comments about it everywhere I take it. Only been off road once since finishing it this last spring - don't want to scratch the paint!!! I'm a proud papa of this guy having done 100% of the work myself - including the paint (4 coats of urethane base coat and 6 coats of clear coat). My primary toad is a '01 Chevy Tracker, but my CJ is also set up for towing. Life is more fun with a CJ!!!

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Old 12-14-2011, 11:20 AM   #17
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rdownward: Like the color. At this point I'm like you, spent so much time building the Jeep that I'm not ready to wheel the Jeep hardcore but do intend to hit the back roads with it. Still have to work out the bugs.

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