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Now that is super cool and good on them for getting it done.

But generally I think kids get into the automotive love way sooner than that. It begins to bud inside of your mind when you see your first Wrangler driving around with the doors off ;)
 

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Glad to see those boys restoring a true classic since most of them I see are on the side of the road rusting. Over these next years I think we'll see an increase in those classics coming back with how techy cars are getting.
 

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They have taken the engine apart, rebuilt all the components and, in doing so, taught themselves mechanical skills.
I see future Jeep engineers in the making! Most kids their age these days are busy gaming instead of learning marketable skills like these. By restoring the Willy Jeep from the ground up, they can probably wrench with the best of them at this point. Seems like they spared no details, even have a trowel mounted on the side.
 

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It is true and just so different from when I was younger. Since I could remember, anytime my pops was outside working on the cars, I would be sitting there being his little helper or just looking at what he was doing and taking mental notes.

These kids are on the right track and another plus is, they'd never have to pay a stealership or some random shop to do work for them, they got it under control !
 
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