Spotted in Duncan, BC.
Spotted this hiding in a backyard.
So I bought a 1984 Vanagon with a Volvo keychain. Same thing right?
What do I need to know? What are the regular problem areas?
Just some cleaning up, paint, and bed liner and then she’s good for the interior to go back in. There is a small hole left above the drivers side leaf bracket that will get repaired when we replace the rockers with 2x6 tube; otherwise the flinstonesness is fixed.
I bought a 1995 Jeep Cherokee that needs more love than I thought. PVC, spray foam, and seam sealer hid the worst.
What do I need to know?
This is both sides of the second clutch plate. The first one is still mounted with the flywheel; it doesn’t look any better. I’m currently rebuilding/doing a 5spd swap into my 1995 Jeep XJ. I’m not a mechanic; the learning curve is real. So tell me: does it have to be replaced?
A 1917 Ford Model T, restored to accurate, driveable condition. Filled this bad boy up a couple of days ago.It’s driven on a regular basis.
We’re tearing down the white ‘91 and rebuilding Danger Black into a 5spd road legal trail destroyer. Pulled the Tcase out of Danger Black last night.
So I bought a ‘91 Jeep Cherokee for $2000 knowing it was a project, but still under the false pretense that it was registerable as a road going vehicle. After purchasing the vehicle I had to run across the country to visit my grandfather in the hospital in Manitoba. Upon my return home I was finally able to go to ICBC…
The cat not the car. I’m on Vancouver Island, I go hiking in the mountains everyday with the dogs. The dogs took care of business.
Burn them all I say....
He or she does multiple drift laps of the roundabout on a fairly regular basis. Now this wouldn’t be so impressive except they drive a bone stock, 4 door cavalier exactly like this:
Meet my uncles dream car. He built it/had it built from shit to shine. I’ll let him take the reins: