2012 F350 DRW, CC, King Ranch, 5th wheel package, air bags with wireless controller, High idle Mod, no door bell and Edge CTS monitor.
2004 Eddie Bauer Explorer, My wife's daily driver
1969 Bronco, Under Construction
1968 F250 Camper Special, 390 my wife's truck she's had it for 30 years.
My broke-down 84 Bronco. My Dad ordered it new in May of 84; I was lucky enough to get to be there when he ordered it. It was our family car for several years and then Dad's work truck for for about six years after that. By the time he gave it to me it had around 350,000 miles on it. The Bronco hasn't ran in about seven years.
Though not new to the Ford Truck enthusiasts club, I'm new here. Have had many of them over the years - 1950 F2, 1956 F100 Panel, 1957 F100, 1988 Ranger, 1978 F350 flatbed, and currently a 1967 F100, the newest is a 1966 F100 I'm just starting on. It's "almost" a survivor truck. Last driven in 1998, based upon the information supplied with it, it's almost rust free and seems very original, body-wise. I have some questions about it, which I will do somewhere on this site, but here's a couple pictures of it.
Dragging out of a barn after sitting for 16 years
This interior looks custom, but I wonder if it is stock? Can't imagine.
It is my (unrealistic?) dream to get that Bronco drivable again someday. Time isn't much of a problem but money and patience are short.
A couple years before my Dad gave it to me he had a rebuilt 302 installed, and if I recall both the transmission and transfer case were rebuilt.
I've also got a very unrealistic dream for my 78 bronco. I'd love to see it restored, no rust, everything works... But I can only say it's a dream. At the moment I'm 22 and it's rusting away faster than I'm aging. Along with lack of time and money, I also lack skills, a place to do some of the work, and I've got an 87 mustang GT taking my attention. It's fast, loud, and gets compliments the bronco is big, ugly, and mean and still gets compliments!
Let me know if you want help with the bronco, either of you...
Welcome to the neighborhood 007, that 66 looks like a great start to a good driver.
Thanks bud, I just forked out $220 for a shop to fix my exhaust on my 87. The had to drop the whole system, trim it, and re hang everything. It's all tucked up neatly and now, is no longer a risk to have a melted bumper.
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