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Old 05-27-2020, 09:54 PM
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1981 Wagoneer Saved From Salvage yard

Hello All,

I recently acquired a 1981 Waggy from a salvage yard with a strong AMC 360 she runs well and just installed a rebuilt tranny. Now working on ignition issues currently have to jump the starter. Needs a new Steering Column and but for now, I think I will just install a push button to start. This will be my son's rig and it has been a great project for both of us.

My first jeep was a 72 commando but I totaled it while I was in high school. However, that was enough to hook me. thanks for all the posts everyone has made I have been combing through the forum for information.

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Old 05-27-2020, 10:08 PM
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Let's see some pics of it. Good job on saving it. I rescued a 79 Cherokee out of the woods just last Sunday. Hate to see them just rot to the ground.
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