New Guy With M151 A1s

imaokie2000

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It continues to rain, so I can't sand blast the jeeps. I thought I would check out the fuel tanks a couple days ago and they were full of crap. I soaked them with solvent for a couple days and it didn't seem to dissolve the crap, so I cut them apart today. Hopefully, I can sand blast next week and I will coat the tanks internally with KBS Gold Standard Tank Sealer. I have a lot of repairs to make on them before coating though.
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imaokie2000

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Wilburton, OK
It finally quit raining long enough to sand blast. The jeep we picked up in KY is beyond saving. We will have two donor jeeps now. Now for the long restore project.

I thought while we were sand blasting, I'd blast and repaint some rusty farm equipment. I first got 30 sacks of sand. It took 90.........................

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