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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 9:44 pm 
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Hey all. Thought I'd throw this one up for fun. There's probably an old one somewhere, but let's show off what we've had, and what we have now!! I'll start.

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My first jeep was an 84 CJ 7. I bought it while in college, in 92. But it was so rusted, I had no hope of getting it back to Alberta when I was done. So I sold it. The white CJ 5 was my next one, in 95. It was a 77, and was a blast to wander the West Country in when all trails were still open. I sold it to a friend, then went without a jeep for way too many years.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 9:52 pm 
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My 08 rubicon was next. This one took me and the boys to a lot of cool places. Unfortunately, it decided to end itself.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:03 pm 
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I've always loved scramblers. Thanks to Dave on here, outta Whitecourt, I found an 81. Thanks to a whole bunch of guys here, it's a work in progress!! ;) Jordan, who suggested putting it on the JKU frame. Brent, who did a wicked job on the fab work making it fit, Link, Chris, Chris, Dave, Peter, Cory, et al, for the help in cleaning it up, tearing both of them down, and getting it to where it's at. Trevor, for hooking me up with my motor, Adam, for rebuilding the tcase and front diff, and making sure the tranny was good. Hubert, for parts and pieces, Link, for the tires, and encouragement, Doug, Steve, for advice, and help. It truly is a community!! For the staff at 4wp. They've been a huge help. And know my credit card numbers by heart! ;)

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:06 pm 
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I bought this sweet little 85 CJ 7 last fall, and it's now on 33" tires, headed to 35". Metalcloak's to go on, and I found an 86 CJ 7 rear D44 to gear and throw under it. She'll get an EFI set up too. It's so much fun wheeling a little jeep like this!


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:07 pm 
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A 1969 J3000, with plans in place. But not til I get a couple others done.




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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:09 pm 
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A 1979 Cherokee Golden Eagle, with 360, that I get to pick up my next set of days off.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:12 pm 
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And a 77 Cherokee Chief S, with factory 401, that followed me home yesterday. I bought it from the original owner, who had all the original paperwork with it. Right down to the sales brochure, the dyno reading for the 401, warranty paperwork, and much more.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 10:14 pm 
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And the 93 YJ I bought for my oldest, to encourage him to keep his marks up in school. It's a build in progress. Rubicon transfer case, Ford 8.8 in the rear, 4.10 gears, 35" tires, and a kid that's hooked on wheeling!!


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2016 6:31 am 
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MY FIRST JEEP 92 XJ


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2nd one. 93 YJ stuffed a 350 motor and ran 38s on stock diffs. Was a fun rig.


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3rd one 81 CJ bought it cheap and flipped it for more $ shortly after.


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Most of yall should remember this one

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Can't forget the grocery getter. 08 Rubicon


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Sold the willys to buy and build this 69 Jeepster. Supposed to be my forever rig...but we'll see how that goes. Haha.

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Bought this 98 TJ for some summer fun. Again bought low, sold high. Lol


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Still kicking myself for selling this one. 04 LJ. Bought it cheap. Intended on keeping it. Work was slow so I sold it. Made good $ off it also.


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Same thing again. Bought it cheap. Got laid off from work. Sold it and made $ again.


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Recently picked up this toy. 74 CJ 360ci. 3 spd. It's fast and fun. Not sure what plan is yet for it.

I think that's all of them. Besides the odd parts Jeep here and there.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2016 2:45 pm 
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This was my first one. 1987 YJ I bough so Chris would have a friend to hang out with again. Lol. Wheeled it hard for 6 years including 4 comps at Lees. Sold it to fund the Jeepster build.
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Bought this 94 XJ for parts for phase 2 of the YJ build. Most powerful 4L I ever drove. No shocks and a getto lift. Man it was fun driving home from red deer.
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This one was next. 80 something CJ7 I bough of Kevin. Was a pile. Was supposed to be a trailer. That never happened.
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Jeepster #1. Still have most of it. Mostly for parts. Never did run or drive.
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2000 TJ. Bought it with a kinda blown motor. Drove it up the street to make sure it was blown. Yep it was! Lol. Fixed the motor and planned to flip. Ended up wheeling it for a yeah before I sold it. Was a really nice rig.
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Race Jeep! 2000 WJ. Oh yeah!
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And finally my current project. 67 Jeepster. One day....one day
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I'm just cheap... and cheap makes you creative.

67 Jeepster with a whole lota parts to go in!

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