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Any good sources.. ? '64 Jeep Wagoneer Panel

Discussion in 'AMC, Eagle, Hudson, Nash, Willys' started by suzq044, May 19, 2013.

  1. suzq044

    suzq044 Resident Photoshop Nerd

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    This is actually what I'm looking for sources on parts for. The Tornado. Just curious if there's a rebuild kit anywhere for em, or what might work, etc.
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    Here's the 'good side' lol - both sides have about the same amount of rust damage in the same spots.
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    the 'bad side' because someone tried to repair it.
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    aaand the inside:
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    He's pretty much 100% original; needs new springs, some of em are goin the wrong way, lol.
    Anybody know where I can get some stock-height replacements on those, as well? I know BJ's has the 2" lift kits.

    And I've been on IFSJ for a WHILE. lol
     
  2. ImperialCrown

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    Kanter still offers the Tornado 6 engine parts. Assess the situation and see how far you need to go with a rebuild:

    http://www.kanter.com/eCatalog/00037.htm


    Leaf springs are rebuildable. I would consult with a local rebuilder. Don't try lifting tired springs. (Thruway spring made me a pair for the Imperial):

    http://www.thruwayspring.com/leafsprings.html

    My dad got a '64 Wagoneer 4-door to haul us kids around. Out of all the wagons he looked at, he liked the Wagoneer best.
     
  3. suzq044

    suzq044 Resident Photoshop Nerd

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    Awesome. Thanks!
     

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