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Old November 12th, 2009, 01:00 AM
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Post by mikel on Sept 23, 2006, 10:06pm

Look what I found...

"Truck,1 1/4 ton, 4x4, Cargo (Jeep J200) 6-cyl, 145 bhp, 3F1R x2, wb 120 in., 193 1/2x79x 94 1/2 in, 3981 lb, GVW 7000 lb, Tires 7.00-16. Pseudo-military cargo/personnel carrier version of J2700 Jeep "Gladiator" (1965) from which M715 was derived in 1966-67." Also from T.O.M.V.D.from. "

http://www.angelfire.com/nb2/jeeppic...20pickups.html

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interesting bed on that - good find!
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Re: The missing link
Post by robertcowan on Sept 24, 2006, 2:15am

WHEN I WAS A KID I SEEN A M715 BRAND NEW FOR SALE AT A JEEP DEALER IN GARY, IMDIANA. I THOUGHT TO MYSELF NOW THATS A REAL 4 WD TRUCK. NOT KNOWING I,D HAVE 10 AT 52 YRS OLD. IMAGINE THAT ?? GO FIGURE
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Re: The missing link
Post by nwljeep on Sept 24, 2006, 9:43am

hey that pic is from my site....good to know that some people can find it........
I sent that pic and a few other interesting ones to brute4c a while ago theyre probably going to be on the new site.
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Re: The missing link
Post by brute4c on Sept 24, 2006, 2:46pm

You did? I dont remember sseeing that....maybe I missed it....were all the ones you sent on your site? If so I can get them from there....

I appreciate it...just dont remember it...sorry....probably my fault...too many things going on....
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Re: The missing link
Post by nwljeep on Sept 24, 2006, 5:47pm

I think i sent you it, but if I did not then you can get all of the pics off of my site.
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Re: The missing link
Post by brute4c on Sept 25, 2006, 9:19am

I cant be sure either...I do appreciate having the ability to copy that stuff from you...of course I will note the source...THANKS!!
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Re: The missing link
Post by nwljeep on Sept 25, 2006, 12:33pm

youre welcome......
Did you ever find anything more out about the "m715e1" mentioned somehwere on the site (forget now). Maybe that picture is it.
Or it could be an early AM715, but if I remeber correctly that came out in '76 or '78.....
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Re: The missing link
Post by brute4c on Sept 25, 2006, 1:13pm

That was with a Vin submission and is noted on the VIN list...though that was at the end of M715 production...where this sure seems before....

I dont have further info on that one...would be nice...
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Re: The missing link
Post by nwljeep on Sept 25, 2006, 2:12pm

so maybe this is before the XM715......like the original prototype....or an export model maybe?
 

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