what a great project you are on i would love one of these Jeeps, and to know the history of it and bring it back to life
is a very good thing. I hope you find all the parts you need to finish your project.
Itīs very fun too find a Jeep with a story... Will try to do my best to make it like it would have been in WW2.
Searching for British olive drab paint now!
and when it's finished
Very cool to see your Jeep Emil and I look forward to seeing it restored to it's former glory.
Whatever its just an opinion.
Very rare Ford.........!
Great picture!!! You donīt have more pics from the inside of the Jeep?
Hope i will find me some British olive drab paint...
Iīm now working on the body, replacing some rusted out panels.
Then i will paint it... put the baskets, shortned bumper, A frame on...
Some repro Airborne parts are on the way here from UK.
hello Emil, I will look through my old photos to see if any would be of value to you
I have the Working Instructions for the Wireless Set No 22 Airborne Station (which is what your Jeep was) in PDF format if you don't already have it. If you want it I'll send it to you. Here is one of the pages:
Interestingly, the Jeep shown has the spare wheel in normal position on the back, not attached to the grille.