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Old 11-06-2011, 09:15 AM
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I painted it underneath
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Took it to the Jamboree nationals
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And now it's covered in mud again
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Did you make the front bumper ?
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I found a friend with no home.

91 Bronco with i believe 4" lift on 33" Bf Goodrich tires and a plow, 5.8l with I think has 130k miles on it..wish I had the money Id buy it. Guy I know was going to buy it but got his f250 diesel running again..

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What were they asking for it?
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Where are they at? Thats a nice looking truck for sale too.
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Old 11-30-2011, 09:14 PM
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Finally figured out how to get pics to my computer. Old camera phone
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New Back bumper and swinging tire carrier. Finally finished fabrication.
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Old 11-30-2011, 09:31 PM
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That is a nice looking Bronco there Z! I really like that blue. Did you make the bumper yourself?
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What were they asking for it?
Last I heard 2000$
In Southern New Hampshire...Anyone in the area I can let you know where its at. I drive by the guys house almost everyday that has it.
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That is a nice looking Bronco there Z! I really like that blue. Did you make the bumper yourself?
yessir I had one i built for the 88 but that got wrecked in the accident.

I have a pretty good design ready for the front bumper, I just need to find a tube bender.
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I wish I knew how to weld, I'd love to make a bumper. I'm prolly gonna end up just buying AirBronco's. Are those 15x10 rims?
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I love the blacked out look! Nice truck!
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yeah they were rusty white wagon wheels, i sanded them down and sprayed them with a tractor enamel. still stickin
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Here is some Pics of my Bronco working!
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wish i had a 78-79..that one is clean
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i must have missed that satin black Bronco before, That is clean!

I also wish I had a 78-79 Bronco. One day I will get one.
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I love the blacked out look! Nice truck!
Thanx bro!
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