Jeep CJ-3A

Tetanus Before The Military Makeup

This Is "Tetanus" Prior To All The Military Makeup.
(photo prior to 2K)

This is Jennifer & Christopher standing with Bob Foley.
The vehicle is a 1950 CJ-3A, painted OD and dressed up as a Korean War era M38.
(photo 07/22/00)

Look at what followed me home ma!
Can we keep it?
I promise I'll take care of it, everyday.
(photo 07/22/00)

Dorothy Doing A Photo Op.
What do the neighbors think?
Oh, BTW, it came with a plow blade and manual hydraulics!
That's not such a big deal, any more,
even the neighbors have a plow blade!
(photo 07/22/00)

Future Jeep Owner? George may inherit the CJ.
Chris has his eye on the Datsun.
Things can change!
(photo 07/22/00)

This is a view of the passenger side of the vehicle.
(photo 07/22/00)

This is a view of the driver's side rear quarter.
(photo 07/22/00)




My CJ-3A Restoration

The Good, The Bad, The Ugly found during Restoration

Finally Out Of The Garage 2018

Safety Updates For Tetanus In 2019

I am a member in the Military Transport Association of New Jersey (MTA).
I am also a member of the Redball Military Transport (Redball).

A good friend of mine, a great fabricator, got me involved in military vehicles, Brian Bancale.
Brian has restored a 1943 Ford M8, Greyhound (that is what the British called it).

It was used in World War II as a fast recon vehicle, it's armor offered more protection than a jeep.
It served in many various missions during the war. All gave some, some gave all.

Here are some of the sites that I have found interesting:
(Please email me any broken links you find)

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This page last updated 03/03/2019.