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Old 12-15-2018
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You never know where vintage Jeep parts are going to turn up.

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That popped up on Facebook in a Jeep group a day or two ago for me. Very awesome history!!!
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That's so cool!
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$600 on ebay. I would've guessed they'd sell for a lot more..
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$600 on ebay. I would've guessed they'd sell for a lot more..
Probably due to the fact that the original downturn on each edge had been hammered flat when it was repurposed for roof sheeting.
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