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  1. Now, as for the 1949 CJ 3a, we picked that up in May 2018 from a family friend of my wife’s. It was “restored” back in 1982 and has been living in a barn and driving around the POs farm since then. It is in really good shape. Since picking it up, I have done little things like add mirrors and mount the spare on the rear passenger side. I also ran fuel hose around the metal fuel lines to help insulate them to stop a vapor lock issue I was having. Recently I replaced the 6v battery and cleaned up all of the cable connections to help with a starting issue. I think the battery had a bad cell and was not cranking well. Seems to do better now. No real plans for it other then new tires and keep it nice and drive it around as much as I can.
  2. 1995 Toyota t100 DX 4x4, it has the 3.4l v6, r150f five speed trans, it has a lock right in the rear axle, 4.5 inch suspension lift 35x12.50r17s. I bought the truck with a broken rear, bought a parts truck and pieced it back together. It's been a great rig so far, it just works, I have sourced a 10 bolt gm front axle for my future sas.
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    Virginia Offroad Sports is teaming up with Drag Links Car Club to host a benefit Car, Truck and Bike show to benefit the local Military Family Support Center. Stay tuned for updates to come!
  4. YJeXtreme

    VA Off Road Swag

    Who would be interested in some VA Off Road Sports Swag? A few years back we had T-shirts, Long Sleeve Shirts, and some Hoodies made... My sons have been begging for hoodies, and my 10yo has passed down his t-shirt to his 6yo brother. Pics below show original shirts, may update the logo though. I'm trying to gauge the interest before I float the funds for the shirts! I also have decals available in the Store.
  5. About ClearShine: ClearShine is a small business comprised of several members with a broad range of professional detailing and automotive experience. As a result of these personal experiences, we are able to put a target on "the best detail products" and chase after that goal. Most of all, we understand that detailing is a "labor of love" that not everyone loves! Therefore, we aim to create innovative products that save you time working so you can spend more time enjoying! Veteran Owned! ClearShine Roanoke: For more details or a demo, contact Chris Childress, either via a private message to @CLEARSHINE Roanoke, or on Facebook @ ClearShine Roanoke. ClearShine manufactures products that reduce the "labor of love" required to keep your vehicles looking their best! All of our products are easy, affordable, and effective!
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