You can see the
handy pockets on the back of the seat. It's a good place to keep maps and anything else
you might want within reach. I painted the dash to match the seats. I also added another
interior ceiling light. I found one to match the other one perfectly at a camper supply.
|I like the tinted windows. It stays cooler inside
and makes people wonder "who's in that thing?"
|Not noticeable in any of the photos is the new
stereo and speakers or any of the mechanical upgrades. I installed new Gabriel shocks.
They still make shocks for DJ's! I completely went through the engine compartment with new
points and plugs, plug wires, alternator, voltage regulator, belts, hoses, battery and
cables. It's now probably the most dependable vehicle I own. It's certainly my favorite!
|Here's another major distraction in my life. My
son's four-wheeler. I can't stay off the thing. (When I'm not in my Jeep of course.) My
wife says older people have no business on those things. I just tell her,"Yes dear,
you better not ride." Thank God my son has an apartment in town and doesn't have a
place to keep it. And guess what. He just bought a jet-ski! "DAMN!...I LOVE