<< I think the engine" sitting" around is the most likely >>
This scenario seems the most plausible to me as well, however there never
seems to be anything cut and dried about this project. For example, if this
jeep is as we assume, one that was put together during late Feb or March of
42 and delivered as soon as finished around (Apr 10th) why would it have
details that can be interpreted as extremely early. Blank bolt faces for
example. As we discussed once before jeeps that were completed were not
necessarily inspected and accepted that very day. I'm sure that some
completed jeeps sat around for weeks and even months before being inspected
and tagged. I will no more when I can take apart the axle assemblies and
find me some dates. The only problem is that one or both axle assemblies
could have been replaced during the jeep's time in service. We'll just have
to wait and see.
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