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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-26-2007, 05:27 PM Thread Starter
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OT update bronco pics

I don't think i've put up pics of the bronco since i've got it lifted, tires on it, and running/ driving. It's on beaver island with me for the summer and with gas prices at $4.50 a gallon in paradise i think i'm going to have to tear it apart for "upgrades" so I don't keep driving it.





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Looks nice, I've always loved that body style.

James Duff out here in Western Washington makes a lot of parts for those EB's.

I could have had a V8
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That cannot be your bronco,,,, I can still tell what it is. Looks good!

Ya only go around once, best to enjoy it the first trip.
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Now that's a nice piece of American Iron ya got there... I'm jealous.
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I call her the rotten orange for a reason. I need to finish the floors and body reinforcement to get it solid, it looks good but it's been done once and the floors arn't 100% solid. Once I have a bender, tube, some new body bushings, and a pair of corbeaus sitting here it's getting a cage and the floors finished. It seems like a waste to pull the seats to finish the floors and put back in the stock seats. The girl in picture begged for a bronco ride, after slamming her finger in the door she still went for a ride in it and now is chaing after me for once.
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