This is proably a little different than what you are use to seeing but it is a 1969 Kaiser Jeep M35A2. This used to be a 2.5 ton 6x6 truck. I added another cab and a 9' bed and installed a rear steering axel for 4 wheel steer. It has a 478 cubic inch Hercules multifuel turbo diesel engine 5 speed trans, transfer case with high and low range and 6.72 gears in the rockwell axles. The tires are 46" Goodyear MV/T on custom rims. I was just reply to an email I got about pics and though this might be a little diffrent for you. I custom build these trucks like this, Thanks Clinton
I have had this truck since 1977. It was a j200 2 wheel drive when I got it. I converted it to a 4x4 around 1980 with original jeep truck parts . Thank God! It was a little easier but not much to find parts then! Almost impossible today. The truck is titled 1965 but the information I have found puts it being manufactured in 63 or 64. A couple of years ago I put power steering on it. I found everything original expect for a pump. That power steering by strong arm was getting old. Need to finish the interior. Maybe this summer! So much more I could say but....
1952 Henry J Vagabond - There are four pictures of the Henry J attached. This is my 1952 model k523 Henry J Vagabond. The car is a late 1951, having no trunk lid, but has opening vent windows and vagabond emblems. It has the factory 134ci with the 3 speed with over drive. Which runs like a dream. My father bought this car. Drove it home and started the process of rebuilding it. He did everything himself, from paint to interior ect..... In the summer of 2005 Dad founded \"the dirty shirt gang\". As a car club for us dirty shirters out there. The Henry has been to many car shows, ice cream runs, and just to take it out to \"blow the stink off\". With the passing of dad this past year I was giving the Henry. And to keep dads memory and wishes to have more kids involved in cars. If there is any way to get Henry in a publication would be great. It would show how proud our father was of his work, and how proud we are of him. Thank you for this opportunity. Sorry this took so long to get to you.