No Kidding! 10 years huh?!? Guess I've had my "rolling ground blind" that long too. Seems like its been a good investment in fun for Guy. Hopefully you will have the same. CLHard for me to believe that ten years have passed. I've been reading about your adventures with this Jeep from the beginning. The account is always fascinating. You've brought each of us along with you through your excellent photojournalism.
I had trouble logging back on with my original username.Sorry Vince! The "Vince2" and "Beginner" thing messed with my head and I thought you were someone new to the forum. Sigh...
Jeeps can be addicting... I've had fun setting mine up the way I like it. In a few months I'll have had it ten years, bought it new in 2012.
Yeah, bringing back memories for me as well. I had a 46 Willys with a 327 Chevy in it, I bought it from my late uncle when I was in college. I used to take it to Colorado every year deer and elk hunting in the late 70's and early 80's. I built an expanded metal rack for the back that went around the spare time and it worked great for hauling game.Dang, bringing back some memories! One of my favorite vehicles that I'm still kicking my rear end for selling was a rag-top '79 CJ-7 with a 304 V8 . We spent 2 years rebuilding/upgrading it and I loved that thing..Then the babies came along and I sold it..I don't know how many deer had their chest cavities spread over the spare tire with their feet tied to the bumper.