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March 01

Nothing like having the correct manual when you are working on restoring your machine back to "factory" specs.  This is a very rare parts manual for our T24 Weasel.  Love it!

February 20

Greetings!  Mark your calendars:  Feb 29 @8:30 pm ET:  Zoom Virtual Meetup.  We are going to be talking engine rebuilding and discussing your restoration challenges. 

Zoom Link:

Passcode:  G179

February 09

Murph Gets His NJ Citizenship!  WooHoo!

January 22

A nice frosty January day in the Northeast.  Perfect for a little photoshoot in the snow.  See you folks on Thursday.

January 03

Happy New Year!  The first work Tuesday of the year is in the books.  Murph went on another shakedown cruise.  Still lots of little issues, but we are gaining on it!

November 27, 2023

I hope everyone had a joyous and relaxing Thanksgiving filled with food and family.

We are busy at work putting together a retrospective of the rebuild of Murph.  This is what we picked up on July 29, 2022. 

A lot has happened in a year!

November 01, 2023
• Edited (Nov 01, 2023)

We are getting so close to the finish line with Murph. 

What was supposed to take 10 days has taken about 14 months with a number of distractions along the way.  Not our goal, but 10 days was not a realistic goal in any event and we are going to have this one done pretty quickly in reality.

As we get closer to finishing this jeep, I think we are going to be pretty proud of the work - it is coming out nicely.  Lots to talk about here - the balance between quality and time.

Look forward to sharing the video with you on Thursday.

October 16, 2023

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We are going to be talking finishing - metal prep, paint choices, OD colors, bondo, leading, hammer and dolly and more.

Join us!

October 15, 2023

Great progress this weekend.  I got Murph wrapped in OD.  I am still obsessing about a few little small dents, but we are getting close.  Should be an epic episode this week!

Hope you guys are making progress on your projects!

October 01, 2023

I am reluctant to consider how many hours I spent fettling Murph's grill.  In the end though, the grill of a WW2 jeep is the most distinguishable characteristic and will get plenty of close looks.

I am pretty pleased with where it stands.  Of course the primer makes a few dents visible so there may be a little more, but we are getting close here. 

Hope you are having a great weekend!