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Project "Leftie" - part #26
 
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(11.02.15) It was over a 2 month period that thhis work has been accomplished. The dash is in, gauges are starting to work as I isolate each system, the stereo is working, seals are being installed, the brakes work, it is runnable and driveable, it all is doing very well. I am tracing down electrical gremlins and installing safety gear. All in all, it has been quite an adventure over the last year.
 
 
I have gotten the horns working this week and also a new starter and battery as the old ones were cooked. It starts up on the first crank now and runs like a champ. I had her outside to move some stuff around. I can't wait until I get the exhaust done, rear wiring in place and windshield in so I can take her for a ride.

cb (11.02.15)
 
 
(12.03.15) It is ALIVE!!! I have driven it, it has new exhaust on it, it really is coming together nicely. We attempted to get glass put in and that ended up breaking, which is a bummer, but that should be fixed shortly. A lot of small little jobs have been done as well adn all in all, it is really coming to the end of the project. The decals set if off nicely!

cb (12.03.15)
 
 
(02.12.16) I have started in on the Scrambler project, but wanted to update this one and show a lot of the final finishing touches before it went to a winter hiatus tucked away in the garage. I have a few more odds and ends to button up, but all in all, the Jeep is mostly done... I would say 98%.

I got the badging on, the side steps installed, the windshield glass finally installed. I they did the ashtray as well as the saddlebags. All in all, it came out very nice.

Check back soon for updates!

cb (02.12.16)
 
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