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Old 05-23-2011, 01:22 AM
wbwilly62 wbwilly62 is offline
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Hi guys (and gals),

I'm new to the site although I'm sure I've brushed across it before in web searching. I haven't technically had a JSF in awhile but I do have a '73 Jeep Commando that doesn't fit into very many categories. I got here by a web search on Wagoneer track sizes while researching donors to get my '62 Willys Pickup into a moveable object rather than the lawn art it has been since I bought it about 5 years ago. Body is fairly complete, no motor and not much interior. Glass is all good except a crack down the middle of the windshield. I have a 401 and a couple of 304's and 290's laying around (I also have a '68 AMX, a couple of '68 Javelin's, and a '71 Javelin that are possible future projects), two TH400's and whatever transmissions and transfer cases are in the 3 Willys that have them. I would like to use a mid to late model Wagoneer chassis and running gear and swap on the willys body. I've seen a couple of threads here dealing with that but I'm not sure I'm up to the frame shortening task. Anyway, just thought I'd introduce myself.

Thanks,

Bill
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