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Once You've Joined / Re: New member from the Netherlands
« on: September 28, 2015, 12:11:44 PM »
Nice video, DJ.  You have many talents.  Good music, but, of course the sound of a little Lhead is good too!

Once You've Joined / Re: New member from the Netherlands
« on: July 09, 2015, 11:09:55 AM »
Very nice!  And I like your camp trailer - you Euro folks have the coolest tents and campers.

What are those tires?  Have not seen those on this side of the pond (or maybe just not paying attention).

Have fun making this 3A your own.

Once You've Joined / Re: And hello from Southwest Missouri
« on: January 09, 2016, 07:12:34 PM »
That is a fine looking 3A - looks ready to go.  Welcome aboard, Greg!

Once You've Joined / Re: A long tome jeeper but new to the forum
« on: February 04, 2015, 11:08:09 AM »
Good that you can join us, Gary.  Pretty awesome that you have two life-long Arizona Willys'.  Are they without rust?  Any photos you could post?

Once You've Joined / Re: New to CJ3A but not to Jeeps from Tennessee!
« on: September 10, 2014, 11:47:26 PM »
Well, I bought it from a guy about 6 years ago who had done the body work, but the rest is all me.  Spent way more on all of the stuff than I ever thought I would.  There is no way I can sell it now, I have too much in it.  ;)  But I figure all hobbies have some expense involved, right?  At least this way, I get to enjoy it when it isn't in pieces in the garage (and even when it is in pieces I enjoy it!).

Yes, the crew is very helpful too!

Once You've Joined / Re: New to CJ3A but not to Jeeps from Tennessee!
« on: September 10, 2014, 10:26:45 PM »
Hi Trish,
You asked about tops.� Best top makes a full top - but not cheap at about $900+.� JC Whitney sells them, last I knew, and others no doubt.� If you have� the m38 bow, you can buy canvas and have an auto upholsterer make a canopy for it, or whatever you're looking for.� I made a flat awning type top for my m38 which I am very happy with.� As I recall, the canvas from Beechwood Canvas cost about $150 and to have it made was maybe $175 at a local upholstry shop.� But the coldest temps I drive in are only 40 or so, so don't really have a need for a full top or heater.� Above that and an awning is plenty.� Have fun!

Website Feedback / Re: Easiest way to see "New Posts"
« on: July 17, 2019, 08:42:03 PM »
Well, this post goes to show that you never really know what others are seeing (or not seeing).  One of the reasons I particularly like the 3A page is that it is so easy to see where there are new posts.  There is a gray dot (bullseye) right to the left of the section topics.  If you are logged in, this dot will be blue when there is new activity in that section.  Then if you go to that section or use the "drop down" arrow, you will see a blue "new" box next to each thread that has new posts that you haven't read.  I love this feature.  Maybe you aren't seeing it if you aren't logged in???  Maybe it only works on certain browsers???

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