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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-22-2004, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
 
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Looky what I found - 1 owner and ALL original! Price...well, if I told you you'd crap your pants. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Beautiful!!! Don't sell it to Monster Garage. I don't need to see them butcher another classic Bronco. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

What are your plans for it?

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She's a V8 truck with auto, AC and the deluxe interior. The only things missing are the headliner (not sure it even came with one) and the back sat. This is as rust free and original as I've ever seen - even has original paint and original "UNLEADED FUEL ONLY" decals by the gas doors! It's never even had the top off!!!

If I keep it I'm going to leave it bone stock with the exceception of maybe putting some stripes on it..but something that'd be period... If I keep it I have to get rid of the Metro since I have too many cars now. The one thing making me think of getting rid of it would be the gas crunch we're experiencing right now. Well that and the wife wouldn't like it and you know how women are...


Of course, I would trade it for a 1969 0r 1970 Mustang Fastback in driveable condition.
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She's a beauty!!
I had a '71 for years. I really loved that bronco. It was zebra painted and mildly lifted and built. It had a full hardtop and an extra one that was cut down to a "pick-up" style top. It finally rusted away and I traded it for a zuke a long time ago.
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Very nice , I would try and keep it myself .
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Re: OT- I find the BEST stuff!!

You suck!

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I agree... that thing is mint... I have wanted one since I was a kid... I almost built one... then I got a CJ and dropped too much into that...

Good score for sure... break my heart and tell me... less than a G?
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Re: OT- I find the BEST stuff!!

Right at a "G."

Now, she's gonna take a bit of work to get her worthy again as she's been sitting for a while. I've been after this guy for 5 years to sell her to me. It was his father's truck. His dad passed away back in 95. The son drove it up here from Oklahoma and has basically let it sit - occasionally starting and driving it around the neighborhood - since then. The battery's dead and the fuel has turned but I'm pretty certain I can take care of these two things.

Oh yeah, it came with a WW2 military trailer also! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]

And before you jump on me for stealing it at that price. He told me that's all he wanted for it. I wish he'd told me that 5 years ago!!
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Wow... what a deal! I'll give you $1500 for it... haha. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] Seriously though... keep it especially if it is as rust free as it looks. If you have to decide between the metro or that... there is no choice in my book.
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well you should get out of the rust belt, i find many old and nice cars here in utah
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