New to the site!
Have been on Classicbroncos.com for a while.
Bought a new playmate for my '74 early bronco
Proud owner of '61 unibody. I've been looking for a while.
I plan on going to pick it up on Sunday.
Looking forward to being a part of another great group and will definitely need a lot of questions answered.
Life long Ford Fanatic!
Welcome to the FTE from Oregon, Post up the VIN and Warranty information. With it we can tell where it was made, the month it was made , original engine size, transmission, rear axle, color, and model. For a 61 the tag should be on the inside of the glove box door. If it's missing the VIN will be stamped on the right frame rail in the engine compartment just before the cab or a little under. I have a 62 Unibody Custom Cab Long bed myself made in San Jose California.
1962 Ford F100 flat bed 4x4, 223, 4spd.
1962 Ford F100 Unibody with Olds 330 & Jetaway
1944 Ford GPW (Jeep) with 1947-48 ****** L-134
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Just to tease you guys, and maybe motivate ya a little. This is my son and his 61 Uni after we got the chassis and drive train done two years ago. The body seams have all been welded up and the front sheet metal is finished. Hopefully we'll get the floor pans welded up this summer and get the body back on.
Oregon Chapter Leader My friends call me Don.
"I always keep a supply of stimulants handy in case I see a snake, which I also keep handy" WC Fields
RIP Steve Price. A true friend and a tireless supporter of FTE
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