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Old 02-18-2019, 01:27 PM
Bert1978wagoneer Bert1978wagoneer is offline
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Join Date: Feb 04, 2019
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Finally approved! New Wagoneer in Washington

Hey everybody! Been lurking about a month now waiting for my membership approval. Just bought a 1978 Wagoneer for the old lady to replace her 1998 explorer. We're both in love with our new Jeep. I build hot rods for a living and daily drive a 1931 Ford. This is our new family car. We have 2 90 pound black labs and are planning on a kid or two in the near future...

Our truck is very original and powered by a 401. It does need a few repairs. Our goal is a functioning daily driver while we semi-restore it. I currently am trying to get the heat working and the 4x4 working. I already got the tailgate working and unstuck and have fixed the wipers. Along with a few other other minor repairs.

Anyways. Just wanted to say hi! Happy to finally be here and able to post.
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