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Waterproofing your Willys

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Thanks for sharing Kris... Interesting to see how much work was required for each vehicle that went ashore on D-Day... :cool:

 

I worked on some silightly more refined methods of waterproofing during my early career. ;)

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Good stuff Kris! Thanks for posting that.

 

Great detail on the distributor. I was hoping to see more of what they did to the carburetor.

 

(The what and the what!!?) :D;)

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Honestly when I saw that you posted this, I truly expected a different outcome from the title.

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Honestly when I saw that you posted this, I truly expected a different outcome from the title.

 

Me too!!! ;)

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I have used this method with my own Jeep. It has become harder to obtain the asbestos compound though so I am looking for an alternative

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I have used this method with my own Jeep. It has become harder to obtain the asbestos compound though so I am looking for an alternative

 

if you lick that stuff it goes further ;)

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Distributor? The last one of those I had was attached to my '88 F150!

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