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Postby rjonesiv » March 5th, 2019, 11:21 pm

I was recently given a 1964 M151A1. It’s basically a shell. No motor, transmission or transfer case. Needs a new wiring harness, amongst other odds and ends. I super excited to get this project under way and I appreciate this site. Tons of information. I’m an 82nd Airborne veteran, having served from 1996-1999. For all of those here who have served, thank you for your service and for those who have not served but are preserving these military vehicles, thank you for your interest and time spent on military history. AATW
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Re: New to MUTTs...

Postby Mark » March 6th, 2019, 12:34 am

Welcome to the site, seems to me you will be a mutt expert when you get your mutt all together and running!
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Re: New to MUTTs...

Postby m3a1 » March 6th, 2019, 4:48 am

The best help you can receive on this site usually begins with sharing detailed pictures of your truck with the group. Those pics often generate a great deal of commentary regarding what may be the best direction for you to go with your particular truck, many tips and even some tricks.

Go here for 'how to' instructions for posting pics -

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Re: New to MUTTs...

Postby Fil Bonica » March 6th, 2019, 8:56 am

See if you can find anyone nearby home that can advise you onsite.
It makes things more effective and fun .
Have had several over the years and they were lifesavers!
As usual you can get a lot of helps here
Just ask.


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Re: New to MUTTs...

Postby rickf » March 6th, 2019, 9:32 am

Welcome, I see you are from Louisiana, We went from one person to tree or four in a couple months. You will probably be hearing from Surveyor as I believe he is from that area. Pictures are good. The very first place to look at is the underneath and see how bad the rust is down there.
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1984 M1008
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Re: New to MUTTs...

Postby Surveyor » March 6th, 2019, 9:34 am

Fil Bonica wrote:See if you can find anyone nearby home that can advise you onsite.
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Last count there were three of us in South LA... buttanic, Rich_Mutt, and myself. Hambone is not too far into Arkansas.
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