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NAST PHL conducted the SPIF on the Philippine Blue Economy

NAST PHL conducted the Science Policy and Information Forum on the Philippine Blue Economy last January 28, 2019 in Quezon City. The forum aimed to promote the Philippine Blue Economy, a game-changer for the country’s overall development and progress.

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Negros Occidental returns to PH biggest international food trade event

Negros Occ LGU to showcase Negrense food and culinary culture at IFEX Philippines 2018 Piaya is one of the popular distinctlocal delicacies that will be showcased at the Negros Pavilion. The province of Negros Occidental is set to drumbeat their … Continue reading

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Jeremy Buendia and Hany Rambod Empowers Filipino Athletes Through Sports in the recent Asia Fitness Exhibition & Competition

Manila, Philippines – Evogen Nutrition Philippines hosted the recent Asia Fitness Exhibition & Competition at the Forum Tent, Philippine International Convention Center, CCP Complex, Pasay City last April 28 and 29, 2018 and flew in 4x Olympia Physique World Champion, … Continue reading

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Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes – Your family-friendly enclave introduces its latest tower

After the successful launch of the first five towers: Molave, Maple, Narra, Magnolia, and Mandarin which now have sold-out, the Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes, touted to be the biggest garden community in Manila, is making another milestone with the unveiling … Continue reading

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Mariwasa and two (2) other SCG subsidiaries in PH awarded with Green Choice Seal of Approval

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MANILA, Philippines –Three of ASEAN conglomerate SCG’s local subsidiaries – Mariwasa Siam Ceramics, Inc. (MSC), United Pulp and Paper Co. and SCG Marketing Philippines, Inc. – were awarded with the Green Choice Philippines Seal of Approval during the Suppliers’ Forum … Continue reading

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M-38 Truck 1/4 Ton 4×4

M-38 Truck 1/4 Ton 4×4

The M38 Jeep was the first post-WW II jeep, based on the civilian model CJ-3A, but upgraded for military use. It was known by Willys as the model MC. It featured flat fenders, a one-piece windshield, bottom-mounted wipers, a fuel filler on the left side near the driver’s seat, protruding headlights, and an air vent at the bottom center of the windshield frame. The pioneer tools (axe and shovel) are located on the passenger side. The 80-inch wheelbase M38 weighed 2,750 pounds. Its nomenclature is Truck 1/4 Ton 4×4, M-38 (G-740).
When compared to the World War II Willys MB / Ford GPW, the M38 is a little larger, with better seating for the driver and passenger, and uses larger tires (7:00×16). It shares a 24 volt waterproofed electrical system with other post-war M-series vehicles, requiring a second battery to boost the voltage. The L-head, 4 cyl. 60 hp. engine of the MB was improved with a gear drive camshaft and was mated to a T90 transmission and 5:38 axle gears.
Willys produced about 45,500 of the M-38 jeeps from September 1950 through July 1952.
my restoration:
i bought the jeep from an old man who is planning to restore this jeep he had this for years but unfortunately he is too busy and getting older to do the restoration, so he decided to sell the jeep instead, a friend of mine told me that it was for sale, i payed the old man 100 thousand for the junked jeep body and it comes with the original not running condition engine we restored the jeep for two months and it runs very good all parts were taken from different places from local to abroad, and i also restored an m100 trailer that is being pulled by the jeep until now i still order some parts through internet to complete some few details of the jeep, restoring this kind of vehicle is not an easy thing to do it takes time, skills, patience, details, and most of all the budget to get the job done