Project Queue. Wait, How Many Cars!?!?!?!

It occured to me a little bit ago that people reading this might not realize just how many toys I currently own and how many different cars and trucks I have owned over the years. For now, here’s the current crop of projects:

1926 Model T roadster pickup mostly stock with a few period accessories

1944 Ford GPW army jeep heavily modified ( see previous posts)

1947 Willys CJ2A  F head engine and t-19 gearbox. Koenig hardtop and 6′ meyer plow

1947 Willys CJ2A  Stock Build in progress 134 L head  t-90 d-18 power loc diffs in both ends

1948 Chevrolet 3600 Stock including the paint

1949 Willys CJ3A 181 Mercruiser Iron Duke 4 cyl sm420 d-18 Warn overdrive, Koenig hardtop.

1950 Chevrolet 3100 216 Fenton 2 carb intake Fenton split exhaust T-5 trans 3.90 rearend.

1951 Chevrolet 3800 Panel truck 327 sm420 4.11 rear, custom reciever hitch

1962 Austin Healy Sprite 948, 4 speed,  Stock except Yellow paint and disc brakes.

1968 Jeep m715 6bt Cummins zf 5 208 t/c. J truck cab 37′ Hummer tires. Regular daily driver

1972 Chevrolet Vega Notchback awaiting Cosworth 16 valve engine and t-50 4.56 gears. Autocross

1972 Chevrolet Vega Kammback The very first car I spent my own money for. Mostly stock Hee Hee.

1982 Chevrolet p30 motorhome with Cummins 4bt Turbo 400 16- 18 mpg towing a jeep

1987 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 aw4 np231 Lock Rite 4” lift 31” MTR. daily driver / snow wheeler

1987 Jeep Wagoneer Currently undergoing 6.2 diesel transplant

1989 Jeep Commanche om617 Mercedes Diesel T-5 NP207 D44’s Front and rear 5.38 33×9.5-15 Bfg

This is just the current list subject to change anytime ( still looking for that Jeep FC project ).

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