Building a night brake light for a World War 2 Jeep

Building a night brake light for a World War 2 JeepA solution to night driving in a WW2 Jeep – Part 1

For the past few weeks I’ve been devising a quick and easy way to enhance my Jeep, in a correct one brake light configuration, with a trailer socket plug in stop light that is easy to put on and remove without changing any existing wiring on the Jeep!

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GPW Trailer Socket

GPW Trailer SocketLittle Projects and more Axle work

This past week was a little slow with Jeep work, but managed to get in some work on finishing the installation of the trailer socket, adding a filter to the oil filter, and continuing work disassembling the GPW axles.

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Jeep Hood Marking Stencils

Jeep Hood Marking StencilsMarkings are finished!

As the New Year quickly sped past, the Jeep as entered what I’d call the final phase for the restoration and it so close to being ‘done’ that it shouldn’t be much longer now with the small projects left. This week I was able to work quite a bit on the Jeep, with the last markings being put on, continuing work on the GPW axles, and starting work on adding the trailer socket shield.

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MD Juan tub fitted to the original frame!

MD Juan tub fitted to the original frame!Body Tub Test Mounted!

Work continues at as fast of a pace as possible trying to get the Jeep ready by July 27th! Lots of new holes drilled, items test fitted, and a LOT more! This is a big update!

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