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Thread: Custom built 65 Nissan Patrol pickup on a 93 extended Wrangler chassis

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    Old Timer jdofmemi's Avatar
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    Mar 2018
    Menifee CA
    Looks good!

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    Nothing but a Thing AZ Explorer's Avatar
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    San Tan Valley, AZ
    Cool Frankenjeep! YJ Wranglers are tougher than many people realize so it's a great platform to build on. Lots of aftermarket for the suspension and drivetrain, so you can do anything you want to it and repair parts are pretty easy to get.

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    Knows a Thing or Two Gbint's Avatar
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    Victoria B.C.
    Ok..... so that’s cool

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    Palos Hills
    That's really cool, nice job!

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