Goat. A 1967 survivor FJ-45 LWB

wngrog

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Wish I had that much room , good job.
Thank you. I had removed the frame and roof from my house. It was a temporary carport we built when we moved in with 2 small kids that ended up staying for 12 years.

The entire project cost me about $2000 to move it and that’s paying my friend $1000 to help and to wire it.
 

47coeman

Love those 45's
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Thank you. I had removed the frame and roof from my house. It was a temporary carport we built when we moved in with 2 small kids that ended up staying for 12 years.

The entire project cost me about $2000 to move it and that’s paying my friend $1000 to help and to wire it.
Good choice just fits the goat
 

wngrog

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The switch is in.

Put it all together and nothing. Still dead.

Trimmed the wires like Matt suggested and the lights came on.

So I have a nice new switch and Matt will have a good switch he can get nice and clean to return to service for someone else down the road.

Oh well.......
 
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Damn electrons.
Less of them ... would switch to a
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