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Old 2nd December 2010, 15:41   #1
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hello, jeepers, i am a new member of Team Bhp. Recently restored a wilys cj3a except for the engine which is from MandM classic. The 4x4 is active and most of the parts are original. I fully agreed with senior jeepers who have been saying that restoring a willys will not only burn a hole in your pocket but also the job has to be taken at the cost of relations especially WIFE.
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Old 2nd December 2010, 16:55   #2
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my jeep in action. will upload few more showing the condition in which i purchased.
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Good CJ you got there.

Please post more pictures as well as let us know about the restoration.
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Old 2nd December 2010, 19:33   #4
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Beautiful is not the word for it! Good to see a Jeep topic after days of looking at Gypsy topics!

Great job Adnan. Please post your restoration story along with pics.

Long live the Jeep!

Adding: The experts can advise about the glove compartment and the data plate location. Not sure if that is how it was born with.

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Old 3rd December 2010, 07:19   #5
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Hi Adnan, nice to see another neat Hyderabadi jeep adding up this nice forum. Your jeep is orginal and done up simple and clean, nice off roading pictures. Please do let us know this fellas restoration story and before and after pictures.

I completely agree to you my friend restoring a jeep will not only burn a hole in your pocket but will also burn the fingers inside .. he he!! I have burnt mine recently in the name of Cj2A apart from this miss fire from the close ones though it vanished off once they saw the out come (finished product).

Enjoy flying as on road you drive......off road you fly.
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@Shubz: Thanx for the appreciation. Subject to correction i dont think so till late 60s or 70s any model of the willys was produced with a glove box. That glove box is an addition as per Indian comforts. Had i been the first owner i would never had touched the dash board, but the dash data plate is supposed to be where the glove box is so i got it fixed on the it.
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The restoration process as requested.
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Even the late 60's models did not come with a glove compartment (again subject to corrections by the experts). Except for that eye sore of a glove compartment, Immaculate Jeep you got there! Congrats!
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