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Thread: 2013 SEMA Orange Willys

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    Nov 2012
    reno , nv.
    I'm sure if they still made them like this today , they would sell like mad and be cheap .But , our government feels that we need the protection that a new car has to offer . God forbid we be responsible for our selves.

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    Addict StrizzyChris's Avatar
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    Apr 2012
    SouthWest OH
    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Minus the orange paint, which I really like, this almost looks like it could be one of the Icon4x4 builds. I also see from the undercarriage shots it is missing a starter.....part of the SEMA anti-protection
    Is that what the wires hanging down between the fram and the drive shaft were? I was looking at the pic trying to figure out that those would be for
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    Nothing but a Thing JK_Dave's Avatar
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    Cary, NC
    Hopefully the mods won't mind me posting this link up. Has a lot more details of the build which some of you may find interesting. PM me if you want me to remove the link.

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