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After selling the Orange Scrambler my son was not very happy with me at all. I said to him we would find one one day to do, and after looking it was my son that found this one. He was on his way home from his last day of school for the summer and his grand mother took a different way from school to or house and he saw it sitting out in front of a house and got his grandmother to stop and let him get the number off it and take a few cell pics.so when his mother got home from work he showed her the pics and then later me and we called and went over and worked out a deal with the man. It had been seeting for 16 years and only been drove around in the yard. It had very little rust, I took body off to just paint the frame and under the body and no rust to be found just wire brush and repainted it and will soon start puting it back together. all of the body bolts just came right out. It was the Luckey rabbit foot we found in the inside of the heater when we took it apart to clean and replace the heater hose. We are going to put the rabbit foot back in the jeep after we finsh it and get it back on the road. It is no way this scrambler should be as rust free as it is for the east cost. It has to be the rabbit foot. Or someone looking out for us to find it.