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\'66 Bronco selling price

Friend of mine has a '66 Bronco (truck I guess you'd call it...has the half cab) he's lookin' to sell and doesn't have a clue about what to ask for it.Let me describe it and maybe some of you Bronco gurus can help me put a ballpark number on it. 200ci I6, 3 speed on column, 44" gumbos (dry rotted), body in fair shape, some rusty spots, fenders cut to fit 44's, ran pretty good last time we drove it (about a year and half ago), 4WD works good. Don't know what kind of t/case or front/rear end it has but I believe it's all stock. Needs general restoring or would make a good beater for the woods. Any help would be appreciated!


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Re: \'66 Bronco selling price

What is the overall mechanical condition of it? Any lift? Or just hacked up fenders? From what I'm picturing, if it's reliable (stretch?) and everything works (brakes, electrical components, good glass etc.) probably about $800. If the fenders werent cut up it would bring more, 'cause now all that will look right on it IS 44"s and it needs more motor to turn 44's !

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