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Read More on This 1946 CJ-2a Project! Part One, Verne’s 1946 CJ-2A Walk-Around Part Two, Buying Verne’s 1946 CJ-2A Finding an L-134 Engine and Getting It Started Generally, magazine project vehicles are all planned out with an end goal in mind, some completed vehicle that is purpose built to accompl…
17 hours ago · From admin
The manual steering system found on Jeeps built and sold before 1971 works just fine when properly maintained and not used in extreme ways. By that we mean with stock sized tires, and regular replacement of wear parts and rebuilding. Still, the system is overly complex and has many areas where wear …
3 days ago · From admin
I recapped some of the highlights from the buildup of my 1953 Willys DJ-3A, aka the Hazel Flattie, by going through some of the old buildup story photos that either never appeared online or that are buried somewhere in the pre-SEO world of creative wring that the Google bots don’t tend to scrape int…
3 days ago · From admin
If there’s one downside to modern HD diesel trucks that we’ve found, it would have to be the painfully low capacity fuel tanks. Sure, some manufacturers have offered upgraded tanks over the years; however, the vast majority of them have remained smaller than their gasoline counterparts. Current-gene…
4 days ago · From admin
Lee A. Sturtevant built a 1960s Dodge Power Wagon Town Wagon with 400 cubic inches of Hemi power under the hood and watched as other sports car enthusiasts disappeared behind him. Power Wagon Town Wagon From the 1960s We took a trip though the Four Wheeler archives to July of 1966 where Lee A. Sturt…
5 days ago · From admin
We love when you send us photos and info on your 4×4! Here’s a look at Luis Rios’ 2002 Chevy Trailblazer and a Q&A with the owner. Vehicle: 2002 Chevy Trailblazer Owner: Luis Rios, Santa Fe, New Mexico Tires & Wheels 35×13.0R16 Interco Super Swampers 16×8 Pro Comp Series 52s 1 1/2-inch space…
6 days ago · From admin
There’s no denying the cool factor of a fullsize Jeep as it drives past you down the road. Those squared-off lines of yesteryear, copious amounts of chrome and polished aluminum, and stylistic emblems, badging, and graphics. They reek of the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s. But while these Jeeps may look like …
9 days ago · From admin
Why is the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon the winner of our Pickup Truck of the Year test? We tested Jeep’s new truck on- and off-road during the 2020 Pickup Truck of the Year showdown. Read on to see how it all went down. What’s Hot Front and rear selectable locking differentials Lever-shifted transfe…
9 days ago · From admin
Last time we showed you some stills and a video from the day that we bought our 1946 Willys Jeep CJ-2a, which has much more recently earned the nickname “Tink” here. We bought the Jeep a few years back and as we type, the flattie is a runner and driver. We thought you all might
10 days ago · From admin
We love when you send us photos and info on your rig! Young Jack Long says, “My dad built me a Jeep. I like rockcrawling shows. I love watching Dirt Every Day. They build awesome things and do awesome things with them, then destroy them.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves, Jack. Here’s a
10 days ago · From admin
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