Military Vehicles, June 1997,: Re: [MV] Early Rims
Re: [MV] Early Rims
Auke Dijkstra (email@example.com)
Tue, 03 Jun 1997 21:05:23 -0700
Jess Minton wrote:
> Howdy Auke,
> I know a supplier here in Texas that ships world wide by UPS...
> P.O. Box 191
> Bowie, Texas. USA
> (817)872-2403 Fax (817)872-3406
> I know he has the horn button assembly and may have the filter... by the way
> what is the filter canister and filter inside worth? I'll keep an eye out
> for the rims.. what is the difference between GP and GPW rims?
> Jess Minton
> Arlington, TX
> At 06:46 PM 5/29/97 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >Does anybody outhere know 5 early jeep rims (wheels) for sale.
> >They are not the combat type, but the one's used on the GP,MA,BRC
> >and slatt grill MB's, I also still need a GP air-cleaner (filter)
> >and the original horn button and retainer for the steering wheel.
> >Auke Dijkstra
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Thanks for the reply, I heard of Rapco, I thought that they only did
stuff. Honestly I don't know what the air-cleaner (filter) is worth, it
is very rare so it probably costs more than a GPW/MB air-filter. The
early rims are rims without
the bolts, and they look like M-38/M-38A1 rims without the 5 or 6
openings (I hope
you know what I mean, my English isn't that good).
Haaksbergen The Netherlands
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