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Thread: "Dirt Every Day" Wagon video with a 4.8 chev conversion done at Advanced Adaptors.

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    Nice video! Thanks for posting Ron!

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    Marcus, I didn't spot that one. I had a feeling someone may have posted it but on a quick search I didn't spot it. Thanks for posting it the first time and sorry everyone for the repost.

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    Willys Wagon Build

    If you haven't watched the video posted today on eWillys, https://www.facebook.com/DirtEveryDay -- it's 22 minutes of fun.
    It's a Dirt Every Day series and shows a successful but abbreviated restomod of a '61 Wagon.
    TN OVRLAND

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    Thanks for posting. Fun to watch!
    55 wagon 2005 4.0 engine, Borg/Warner T18 trans, Dana 20 transfer case filled with Spicer 18 gears, Scout II Dana 44 front end, Dana 60 Ford van rear with Scout II front spindles hubs and rotors. Disc brake kit to fit with stock wheels being developed. Jim Ford

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    Follow-up. I like the wheelbarrow firewall

    Last edited by LCJP; 08-11-2017 at 05:12 AM.

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    Watched it once while i was at work (yeah, the boss doesn't mind as long as my work gets done).
    so the first vid, when he got the truck, was the inspiration to get my pickup when i could.
    The second vid was nice, though I wish (as always) they spent more time showing the work being done, rather than *POOF* "let me show you what we did while you weren't able to watch".

    Having a reliable modern-ish driver is one of my dreams for my truck. This ep keeps that dream alive, and was fun to watch as well.

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go watch it again, just because!

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