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Old 10-29-2017, 09:19 PM
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OK, it was early. Dates have been changed to reflect actual chronological line of events, and the misspelling of Aluminum has been fixed.



Although, I know there are Jeep parts made form "unobtanium" that you can only find on the 10th on Nevuary.
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Although, I know there are Jeep parts made form "unobtanium" that you can only find on the 10th on Nevuary.
Oh, yeah, and not just Jeep. They used to make all kinds of things out of unobtanium. Might have been a good material at the time, but good luck finding any now...the stuff just disappears!
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If you decide to part any of them out, I would be interested in one of the Dashes. Preferably one without the pad on top or the holes for the pad.

And that is a great setup you got. I think you can make some great trucks out of those parts.
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If you decide to part any of them out, I would be interested in one of the Dashes. Preferably one without the pad on top or the holes for the pad.

And that is a great setup you got. I think you can make some great trucks out of those parts.

Thank You!

The plan is to make 3 nice vehicles out of the four, especially since I can only get 3 titles. The fourth will become an off-road only rig, using cast-off parts and leftovers. All four have padded dashes, although the 70 will end up with a smooth dash once I'm done. Bummer, it's the only one with a good windshield. It's going to become the modded out Super Chief.

But I gotta finish the J20 before I can start on these, plus get the shop built.
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