70 series parts jackpot!

beanz2

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Wow, a four-door troopie conversion:



Six doors, really.

Dave
 

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I remember asking Christo about the parts (and the yard) and he said they weren't cheap... they know what they have :D else they wouldn't keep em around
 

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If I had only known then what I know now!!!!

(spent 8 weeks in SA a number of years ago visiting my sister).

Beautiful country...

gb
 

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YA , I did the same. Was in SA a couple years ago. Never thought about it then.

but I would love to have a 70's box for a cool utility trailer. Thats my thing now. Looking for a trailer. Want the back end of a Tacoma or such. But a 70's would work great.
 

crushers

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if the price was right I would go for a stock box and headache rack. I wonder if we all got together what the prices would be for a container of 75 series parts.
I volunteer to go down an pick the stuff over... if everyone paid $100 each that should cover the expenses...
cool idea.
 

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Stone shields don't protect from tree roots. :crybaby:

The root was at just the right angle. We were headed up this trail and I just got done pulling a fresh 50 or 60 ft pine down out of the trail and the next one that had fallen over fell out of the trail but the roots were sticking up. I though the bar would push them out of the way. Stupid me roots don't flex as much as limbs. Plus the limbs out here don't give as much as they do back east. :idea:
 
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