1943gpw wc53 wrote:I am very glad you were able to buy this jeep. If you don't mind me asking where do you live?? I was trying so hard to get this jeep but did not have the money when the guy was trying to sell it. We almost made a deal by trading my 67 mustang for it but he wanted to clean up his yard I guess anyway very happy you joined the g503 and will be watching this restoration very closely. Take your time and have fun, they are a blast to work on also we love pictures so post some more if you can
hell-fire wrote:Very nice Jeep, Ron the owner of this site will have all you need to get it back & looking good.
The Tombstone light guard is handy trading material as well,
ILikePlanesToo wrote:Hey Zeph,
I just checked out your project progress. Outstanding work and great to see a preview of what I'm about to get into. Your GPW looks like it started in about the condition of the one I got. I've started to clean up a few little bits. It's exiting to get into it.
I keep going back and forth on 6V or 12V. I'd really like to put if back to 6V, but I don't even have cores of the 6V hardware..... I think it was changed over to 12V only like ten years ago. Bummer. I wish it was still 6V.
I did hear some casual mention of the MV meet at Tower Park. Thanks of the heads up on that. I'm down in SoCal, so it would be a bit of a drive. My wife and I love to camp though, so heading up there for a long weekend might be pretty sweet if the April weather is nice.
I have a general forum etiquette question:
Where is the best place on the G for me to continually upload progress on my project? Is it ok to just keep adding to this thread under "Original Unrestored WWII Jeeps"?
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