My version of a Jeep.

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This build is a few years old and kept hidden in it's box. But i got it out and did some photo's.

Figured i'd share it with you.

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That's pretty cool, and great detail.The interior is smashing, thanks for sharing!

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That's a good looking build .. shouldn't keep it hidden!

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Great build. Display it proudly.

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I like Jeeps sitting high with big tires. Your build fits to a T.

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The wagon and keg are halarious!

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Very nice jeep, looks tuff...

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Thank you for the great comments. The Keg is scratch built out of some old rims, the wagon and cooler of ? came from a MPC Meister Brau 3 engine pulling tractor. I thought they looked better sitting next to the Jeep.

Here's a pic of the puller.

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Posted

Great build Steve. That's way too nice to be cooped up in a box!

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Love both of them.

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Awsome Jeep! Keep that one out. Needs to be shown!

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Nice, Steve!

Love the wagon, keg & cooler. A well-equipped recreational vehicle!

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Love the tractor!

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-i've never seen wide dessert dog tires like that. Before! Awsome looking build does the homemade keg actually dispense?? Lol. Don't get a flAt that spare is a little small...

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