Visited Fiddlehead brewing and the Alchemist in VT in between VT Teddy Bear and Ben and Jerrys... it was quite the eventful day.
Samplings of many doubles and brought back a bunch of beers... not sure my wallet can handle many Saturdays like that, but it was fun.
I thought I would have finished it over the long weekend, but still have a bit to go.
It is coming along, the VT plates are a bit different and harder to shape, and I am missing one plate that I need to get, but all in all, most of the work is done... need to wire it up.
Not much progress, yardwork and getting ready for back to school has taken precedence... on a positive side, I sold some parts too!
CT/RI/MA all done, next up NH and onto ME/VT afterwards.
It is coming along, it will take shape more once the "greens" come into play... RI is so small in...
Too many things going on these days, but enjoying driving the kiddos to camp and going to work in this (I do realize it is not a Scrambler).
It is a toss up these days between this and the 1978 CJ7... one kid likes the newer and one likes the older... both like Jeeps, so it s a win.
Getting ready for the next wall hanger... slowly acquiring the parts/pieces needed and fixing the bent/broken stuff.
So essentially a New England edition CJ with beatup Commando wings.
I will put a badge on it and some amber lights on the top and cover upt the CJ ones.
I think it will...
Yeah, this thread got me outside checking numbers as well.
A lot of the Jeeps just don't get driven that much, but year after year, the tires/dates do add up.
I found a lot of them 7 years old, but a couple older than that... wifes Jeep will be getting some new tires sooner than later.
Already started down the path with the family discussions to see how I can get down there... stay tuned.
Best part is that school is out by that time (unless there are a tremendous about of snow days)...