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Jeff Graham

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Meet my "new" 1977 Jeep Wagoneer with a 360 V8 - rocking that "nautical blue" - July 21, 2017 - Runs great - found on Craigslist. Will be a restoration/work project for me when I go back to visit family and vacation in WI.

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This would be much more roomy to live in, if thats the plan.
 
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Jake Wettern | iamjake

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This would be much more roomy to live in, if thats the plan.
Hi, Jeff! Growing up my folks always had a Wagoneer that we took on vacations. I have always wanted one of my own and this opportunity presented itself - and I'm so pumped! The Wagoneer will be my vehicle when I fly back to WI to visit family vs borrowing someone's vehicle while I'm there. I will use it for camping, exploring, and restore it, etc when I'm back home but it was not to replace Jade while on my 50 state road trip!
 
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Meet my "new" 1977 Jeep Wagoneer with a 360 V8 - rocking that "nautical blue" - July 21, 2017 - Runs great - found on Craigslist. Will be a restoration/work project for me when I go back to visit family and vacation in WI.
Looks good @Jake Wettern | iamjake , I like both the vintage and the roof rack, but especially the engine. I had a 360 in a '70's Dodge Club Cab pickup; probably the same base engine as your new wheels, as both were made by Chrysler. That Dodge, rwd, could climb a wall. I took it on so many Jeep trails around Death Valley I probably shouldn't have, but never once got stuck or held anyone up. Drew a lot of looks and comments like "Whoa dude, you're phuquing nuts, but I respect your grit!"

I've delivered expedited parts to Jeep assembly plants in both Toledo and Detroit, assembly lines waiting for "just-in-time" inventory. Hauled all the way from the Mexican border at Laredo.

One of these days we'll run across each other out there and I'll do some pro photography and an interview for you.

Dry roads and open skies, brother, keep it between the lines out there.

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