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That truck is gorgeous!
That explains the necker's knob, then.
After catching I-80 through Wyoming with dry roads, the Good Ship Lollypop made it to Ft Collins after sliding only once:
After a really...
And then it was off to Oregon to get my new (to me) one-owner ‘85 Alaskan CO:
Shoehorned into this shed:
I’m not kidding about...
A few days later, I received my DS gas tank from JJ, white-glove delivered in that bus:
Some interesting and enjoyable conversation came...
Meanwhile, I had been looking at another Alaskan with one of these:
I had a new girlfriend by this point, one who loves the outdoors and...
Harry stole ‘em because he knew I was going to go with a Vintage Air system. I think he needed the blower for one of his Scouts.
Next up was the removal of the heater. The blower motor didn’t work, and we soon learned why:
Why a wasp would build a house in such an...
Ok— where were we?
Since I was planning to add A/C, Harry traded this off his parts SII:
For the bracket off mine. That was a load off my...
Got this in the mail:
Is that armstrong steering? There's no PS pump that I could see.
Jerry, if that's what those in the know value it at, then to me it's simply a valuation, not cheap or otherwise. Thanks for advice on the winch &...
To add to the fun, the fuel tank was half-full of gnarl, too.
The guy I bought my truck from fabbed up a portable fueling rig with a 5-gallon NATO can, a cheap pour spout, a cheap electric fuel pump, a length...
It's definitely an 800, if the data plate can be believed.
I love the Ebay comment, Jerry. It's about as clean as it can get at this point. You...
'69 800. Yeah, it's rough-- not real straight, and rust in front of the rear wheel arches. Drives just fine, though.
More pix can be had— I was in a hurry to get to work on my truck.
It's a '69 with a 196, 4-speed, and a Belleville winch. Runs good, I've driven it. My buddy in WY owns it, and for some reason can't access BP...
Actually, the plastic tank would conceivably have a minutely smaller capacity than the stock metal one because of material thickness, or maybe...
I remember seeing a freeze plug that was rusted through. I've never replaced one, so I don't know if that's possible as it sits. Also, the...