'98 Sahara build: "Staying the Course"

Vasq

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It's Latin for "The good Lord willing". My grandmother used to say "Lord willing, and the creek don't rise". ;)
I'm actually getting rid of a couple of project cars to allow me more time (and space) to work on the TJ. My buddy has agreed to buy them, and the plan was for them to be gone in early April. However, this whole virus thing may delay that. I've acquired even more stuff for the TJ, but I quit posting about such things. A fellow forum member has actually seen my yard and been in my garage. I'll protect his true identity, and we'll just call him "Bob". He is the only one other than myself who truly knows how bad off I am! :rolleyes:

So, to answer your question, yes, I fully intend to keep on keepin' on!
"Bob" sounds like a pretty awesome guy. I bet he'll help you whip your "garbage" into gold once everyone quits sneezing on each other
 
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DrDmoney

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Finally acquired a version of the Currie V-bumper that I've been lusting after ever since I saw the one @dla has. This is the one that @Jaime313 bought, and learned that it was actually the prototype to the production version (via dialog with Travis at Currie). It's slightly different than the production version, but I'm good with that. I admit that I like it even more than I thought I would, as it looks better in person than in pictures. Yes, I would still buy a production version if one became available, but this one is pretty damn cool. A big "Thank you" to @Jaime313 for giving me the opportunity to buy this!
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If there was ever a TJ bumper designed to mount a Warn 8274, it’s this bumper.
 
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If you did that then our tjs would literally be clones. I do love mine though. It was simple to get a non working 1975 8274 back to like new condition.
I picked up an M8000-s early on when I found a new one on sale. I like the looks of the 8274 better, but I can't snivel about having the one I have. ;)
 
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Has anything happened here @Squatch ? I need something cool to follow.
Not yet, buddy. I was actually wondering if I'd be staying home for two weeks because of the virus thing, but instead, it looks like I'll be putting in longer days. I have 50% of my crew gone for a while (they chose to stay home), so the rest of us will try to cover for them. Dang responsibilities!!!