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    Wow!

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    Dude.... What the heck kinda lifted van is that in the background!!!
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    P.S. THE TRUCK LOOKS GREAT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwbrown72 View Post
    Dude.... What the heck kinda lifted van is that in the background!!!

    It's a short wheel base, Ford E-150 conversion van.
    1970 M35A2 Whistler W/W
    Bobbed, lifted and on 53" XZL's

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    1971 M35A2 W/W parts truck
    M-104 trailer
    M-105 trailer

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    I know that van isn't military, but I would like to see a picture. It looks fun. Wait... It could be undercover special forces for the downtown area of Bagdad. No one would notice an old ford van, would they?
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    The truck & the lift look great. Your lift design looks plenty Husky, yet still "elegant."
    Excellent work. I don't have a Deuce yet & have been Lurking & looking for the best way to build it when I do get one. If I built it today, I'd be mimicking your set-up.

    ......PS. I too noticed your Urban Assault Vehicle in the back ground of the last pic there! ...Pretty Cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwbrown72 View Post
    I know that van isn't military, but I would like to see a picture.
    It does have 2 1/2ton military axles under it, and an air-shift transfercase, so it should be ok to post.
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    Bobbed, lifted and on 53" XZL's

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    M-104 trailer
    M-105 trailer

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    Only two problems I see here:
    1) Your non-military vehicles are Fords, when they really should be Chevys ~
    2) I moved from MI too soon - now how can I get you to weld up some of those brackets for my deuces? I don't think they can be made any better.
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    You are the "Willie Wonka" of MV's. I guess that makes me one of the "Umpa Lumpa"! As Papa Bear would say..... Poop!
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    87' M109A4 Camper/Pantry Mike's idea!
    ??' M105
    69' M101
    02' MKT-99 Mobile Field Kitchen

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    You are the "Willie Wonka" of MV's. I guess that makes me one of the "Umpa Lumpa"! As Papa Bear would say..... Poop!
    Owner - P51creative.com (My advertising and website design company)

    78' M35A2 w/w Bobbed
    87' M109A4 Camper/Pantry Mike's idea!
    ??' M105
    69' M101
    02' MKT-99 Mobile Field Kitchen

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