My 1972 M151A2

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My 1972 M151A2

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My 1972 M151A2

Postby Dietz1 » May 10th, 2016, 4:31 pm

I'm not new to the forum, but just slow in getting photos posted. First, let me thank all of the gurus and all others who keep this forum going and help everyone keep their vehicles running. I've had this vehicle for two years, and it has become a fulfilling hobby.

To date, besides general maintenance, I have done the following:

- Installed battery isolation switch
- Changed the front bumper to a USMC bumper
- Purchased and installed gun mount and demilled M60
- Purchased M16A1 and installed rack
- Purchased PRC-25 radio
- Cleaned out my foot locker and sea bag for displayed deuce-gear (trying not to make it a clown car, but the kids love it).
- Converted oil-bath air filter to paper cartridge filter
- Stenciled markings (I understand that the original USMC numbering should be 6 digits, but anyone who was in the Corps in the mid to late 60's will understand why I have 7).

I'm not happy with the color, but it was repainted just before I purchased it. I eventually plan on repainting it the proper USMC forest green (34052).

Hope to see some of you in Findlay, OH on the 21st, weather permitting.

Last, but not least, at least I have the fuel can positioned correctly! :lol:

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Re: My 1972 M151A2

Postby Horst » May 10th, 2016, 4:59 pm

do we still run the tradition and pick on the small details? Specifically if it is a nice one like this?
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Re: My 1972 M151A2

Postby rickf » May 10th, 2016, 6:45 pm

I see what you are looking at but I believe it has been modified to prevent problems. I do see one minor issue in the engine compartment also. He did mention the can so he is aware of our reputation. :roll: :lol: I for one am going to let it slide since it is such a nice representation, very well done.
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Re: My 1972 M151A2

Postby csmith » May 10th, 2016, 9:18 pm

Very nice rig!! Welcome Dietz.
1976 M151A2 4 Color Cammo Mutt, aquired August 09
1976 or 7? M151A2 "Miss Sandy" Driver, aquired May 2010
Former owner M151A2 "Miss Saigon" Vietnam Rescue Sold Sept 09
Fond appreciation for the M151 Breed!!
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Re: My 1972 M151A2

Postby 70mford151a2 » May 12th, 2018, 2:13 pm

Excellent I was looking for a Marine unit in which to get ideas for setting up & signage,
I would like to learn where the hood numbers come from. right now I just have my applied Vin #'s on the hood under the US ARMY as it is set up as a 325 Combat Engineers MUTT. I already have the Marine Corp. Bumper, I will post pics as soon as I remember how
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Re: My 1972 M151A2

Postby m3a1 » May 25th, 2018, 12:23 pm

I know everyone would like to see more of your truck. Surely you'll have it out on Memorial Day, right?
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