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Old 03-23-2013, 04:56 AM   #1
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My oldest son got his first vehicle a 1986 Jeep Comanhe, teh one I started a water leak thread about, its a nice looking truck here's some pictures that the seller posted on Craigs list



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Looks nice!! Sure gots lotsa sheet metal left.....more than my '95 E350....
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It has all the metal that it came with :) all the lights work i used a high intensity aircraft compressor light to look for the block head split line and were getting a gasket kit, that's how sure I am that its a head gasket :) I found the front where the head meets the block and the rear where the head meets the block and unless its a curved surface ( which we all know it ain;t) then the water is coning from the split line :)
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That's cool man. In picture i can see that the color is in lining shades is it actually the same as i am saying. According to modern cars i will suggest you that you should make some graphic work on your car, it will look great on it if you design some black graphics on it.
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the only reason its lining is it rained, he cleaned it up over the weekend and its all the same color now. Except for the rust spots those are a little off oxidation orange
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