Just like Chip Foose making overhaulin in Slovenia.
Colleague shooter from Slovenia many year making reparature alone, finding parts all ower the world an that is result of his work.
Sweet shooter9, what year is it, or what years?
thanks for posting
I compared the fenders, numbering, and plaques with known WW II pieces and they look identical to me.
Nice work, I admire people who can do something I can not.
Not that I've seen anything really "cool" for awhile, but this qualifies.. Had access to mil jeeps a couple of times while i was in the service .. Loved them, but always had them taken away, one of those RHIP things.. you could get up to maybe 40 if you had a hill and tail wind.. One i remember in ME was a CJ-2.. have no idea how old, but i was told Korean war vintage.. could have been bs.. I never got to keep them very long..
got a round light wrangler the first year they came out.. Great little jeep, but made a mistake, i was to cheep to go the big in-line 6 so got the 4 instead. Have a bunch of great pics, and will get a scanner or what ever one of these days to show you guys. Man that thing was sweet.. looked a little to "sweet" as it was Red with a white top, and i put white wagon wheels on it.. Turned out great (set of all terrain's and it would go anywhere) .. but a little "gaudy" .. I was always afraid a couple of lesbians would steal it.. Didn't look real "manly".. but great except for the to small engine that was just NOT a highway rig.. Ok.. rambling.. gosh that never happens..