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    Gotta love a fast shipper. I ordered a master cylinder for my m37 dodge. I ordered it sept 6 in the middle of the night, it arrived today, that's acceptable. I ordered a book from abes books, I think 2 days it was here. I like that.
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?


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    Tat's ma good thing....used to have to wait "7-10 business days"....or longer....
    That maybe why our ACE Hardware, Sears, and Gander mountain have closed......
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    Oh, man. You have an M37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Oh, man. You have an M37.

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    Of course....Duh......LOL
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    It's a old beater, I pulled the box off and set it down in the woods, thinking about a flat bed. Hauled it into town and the guy I rent the back of my shop to is going to put on a new exhaust system, brake lines, new master cylinder and retro the gas tank. Then I'm going to bring it home and do some body work. It needs a wire harness but I think I'll just wire it for lights and put on some mechanical gauges, don't need all that other fooferall. It doesn't have turn signals, brake lights and electrical wipers anyhow, never came with them. May just get a ORV sticker for it and use it for a woods runner. It is far from show quality. I had left kentucky and came to michigan and bought this old truck for a farm truck but met a girl and never made it back to ky. Parked it and a few years ago started fooling with it again. It's a work in progress, everything on it is a major PIA. LOL
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?

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    Sounds like a worthy project...

    I always get a kick out of the old '50 Willys pick up......That Rich Lewis of the TV series Mountain Men drives with his dogs.
    What a hood ornament .

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    the old willys pickup, always wanted one of those.
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?

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    I had a Willys Overland Wagon. The original SUV.

    Had a 1948 MB surplus Jeep too.

    People finally made me offers I could not refuse.

    Sometimes I wish I had them back and then I get a repair bill for my Cherokee and realize how much it would take to keep the really old ones running.

    I can not even afford to keep one that is only 20 years old running!
    We came here to have family fun so shut up and make a freekin' smore!

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    Had to look that one up. Never driven one, looks like the one I want though. The oldest military truck I have driven was an old M35. It had a new Cummins engine in it, but with the original non-power steering. Broke my thumb driving it in the mud in Taji Iraq.
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    the willys overland wagon, that is the holy grail to a guy like me. A runner not a show piece.
    so the definition of a criminal is someone who breaks the law and you want me to believe that somehow more laws make less criminals?

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