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Last update: Oct. 20, 2016
|"Bone Stock" 1993 YJ Wrangler Project
Check the "YJ Page" to see the transformation of
this bone stock Jeep with 200,000+ miles from a
daily driver to an entry level trail rig!
This YJ was the recipient of a full 2.5" Rubicon
Express suspension lift kit and a set of 31" tires.
No more highway commuting or green trails!
Be sure to check the "contact_us" page for a link
to kNOw Where 2Jeep, JeepChasm's supplier for
the suspension lift kit and other parts!
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|Did you know?
chasm: pronounced (kaz' m), is defined as a deep crack
in the earth's surface, an abyss, or gorge.
(Sort of like the place your money goes when you restore or
modify a Jeep!)
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|Key Words: Willys Jeep, CJ3A, Restoration, 1951
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|The JeepChasm is our little piece of the world wide web! In
these pages we share some of the story and photos of our
1951 Willys Overland CJ3A Universal Jeep restoration. We will
also share photos of other Jeep projects, Jeep related
activities, and maybe even a little bit of Jeep history!
|We hope this site will serve as a resource and an inspiration to others
who are interested in vintage Jeeps and in Jeep restoration. We will
post and update links to various Jeep restoration resources on and off
of the Internet. We will let you know where and how we found our
parts, and the obstacles and challenges we had to overcome.
Contact us if you would like to add a link to your Jeep related site!
|This site will change periodically, so check
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|Rausch Creek Off-Road Park
|Special Thanks to:
Glen Sanders of "Glen's Repair" in Westminster, MD for helping to make the Willys Jeep dream a
Thanks also to:
Bob Westerman for his technical advice, photos, and encouragement.
Jonathan George and the CJ3A Page, the most thorough resource for CJ3A information.
And to Sheila for supporting the Jeep addiction!
|Check out "Old Yeller" on the cover of
Kaiser Willys' Catalog!
Be sure to check our our YJ Page!
(See how capable a few easy & inexpensive modifications
can make your retired daily driver!)
|Extreme Terrain's selection of Jeep parts will get you ready for your Wrangler restoration project!
|9th Annual Mason-Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering Winners!
October 25, 2015
Historic Union Mills Homestead
Westminster, MD 21158
| Alan & Cheri Knotts
|979 York Street
|Best CJ: 1946 CJ2A
|Best Military 1952 M-38
|Annual Mason Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering
|10th Annual Mason Dixon Willys Jeep Gathering: Sunday Oct. 23, 2016 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Historic Union Mills Homestead (Near the intersection of MD 97 North and Old Hanover Road) Westminster,
Open to all Willys and Kaiser Willys Jeep vehicles! Military vehicles (including GPW's) are encouraged to attend!
Used Willys Jeep parts vendors will be at this event! Registration is FREE!
Our popular Gettysburg Jeep tour will once again be held on Saturday the 22nd. We meet at the Gettysburg Outlet Shoppes (theater
parking lot), at the intersection of US 15 and PA 97. Be there at 12 noon for a 3+ hour informative tour ending at Appalachian Brewing
Company's new "Battlefield" location in downtown Gettysburg!
Saturday the 22nd: Partly Cloudy, breezy with a high of 56 degrees!
Sunday the 23rd: Abundant Sunshine, breezy with a high of 65 degrees!
Let's get those Willys out, it's gonna be a great weekend!
|Kyle & Mary Buchter
Pine Grove, PA