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    Default M724 across the Atlantic.

    Good morning all.
    I finally found my Jeep Kaiser.
    After a great cleaning I present it to you.

    - JEEP Kaiser M724 24v
    - Engine number: 230 M2 06 26 75
    - Serial number: 10152 (frame and plate number)
    - Date Del: September 18 1968
    - Hood number: US ARMY 3U13268
    - Bumper number front: 6BG 3784S HQ 37

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    Default M724 across the Atlantic.

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    Welcome, are you sure it's not a M724 or M726 that someone has swapped beds back to a M715 bed. My list of vin #s shows that there was a 68 M726 with a vin # of 10151 with a hood registration number of 3U47568 which would match up close to yours being 10152 with a hood # of 3U43268 most likely. The registration number of 3F 3977 on the tailgate doesn't match as that is the number for a truck from 1967 which makes sense for it being a swapped bed and tailgate.
    Last edited by brute4c; January 11th, 2020 at 11:01 AM.
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    Last edited by Frédéric; February 29th, 2020 at 03:19 PM.

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    Governor and welder.
    Brakes controlled by switch.



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    It seems to me that on the first olive drab semi-gloss color there is a regimental marking and another on the sand color.

    Tailgate.



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    Front bumper.





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    That’s looking great! Where did you get the shifter boot? Or was it already with the Jeep when you bought it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasperzigterman View Post
    That’s looking great! Where did you get the shifter boot? Or was it already with the Jeep when you bought it?


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    The gear lever boot was with the jeep, this rubber has incredible resistance.

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    Lovely!

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