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Old 08-22-2013, 06:19 PM
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Picture for the classic bronco guys!

The local dairy farm here does a car show every thursday night, first time i've seen a bronco there, maybe the owner is even on the forum. Mine is the 95' topless next to it.


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I'll hafta head over to "Shaw Farm" sometime. Glad U were there.
Would like 2 C more of that black el camino in the foreground...

how's the 3.55 rear treat U on mpg.s?
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Ahh so your in the area? Glad to see some more Bronco enthusiasts around here. I get about 10-12mpg depends how the led foot is. I used to get about 13-15 before I put 33"s on. There's always nice cars there when they do car shows but I was to tied up paying attention to the Bronco. First time there's been one there as far as I know
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Nice to see a EB and a newer one in the same parking lot. Mine only gets to hang out with mud all over it.
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Ahh so your in the area? Glad to see some more Bronco enthusiasts around here.
Dracut, MA is a lill way from Amherst, MA (Atkins Farm Mrkt has a S&S on Mon. nites in my town).
PM me some time (or even better use my below e-mail) & I'll show U pic from BYOB in Spencer area. I think they just had their 8th (Bring Yer Own Bronco) EB 'festival'. Got a great shot of a '78 FSB but can olny send it by "personal e-mail" @ this point.
We use a yahoo grp: "bones" for most things EB. Wouldn't bar ur participation just 4 drivin a FSB, tho!
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I have the dang twin to that thing just topless right now and bigger tires
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