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I thought that was a falcon beside of it. I am looking for one to restore for my wife and was going to ask if it was for sale. With the price he gave you on those parts I was hoping to get a deal on it
I asked, because I like falcons too, but his son wanted to restore it, and wasn't intersted in selling it.
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As promised, I took some pics of my stereo. I can't remember for the life of me what the brand was that made this, but it was Wal Mart where I bought it. If I find the package I'll let you know!

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Thank you for the pictures, I believe I saw something like that at the store, but my radio is slightly larger, and I wanted it to sit on the outside of the bezel, so it wouldn't work for me.
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Thank you for the pictures, I believe I saw something like that at the store, but my radio is slightly larger, and I wanted it to sit on the outside of the bezel, so it wouldn't work for me.
Ah that's a bummer. Some kits come with two or three different bezels to accommodate for different stereo models. I'm sure something will turn up. I never discount a scrap yard for that kind of thing either, there's plenty around with aftermarket decks in them if we're lucky enough to find them
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My dad had a few pictures of it on his phone, so I thought I'd post em. The first pictures are when we got it home, and you can see the Harley sticker on the back window, the next ones are from when I went mudding, I won't be doing that for a while, because I'm still picking mud and weeds off everytime I wash it, and I went mudding 4 months ago!

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My dad had a few pictures of it on his phone, so I thought I'd post em. The first pictures are when we got it home, and you can see the Harley sticker on the back window, the next ones are from when I went mudding, I won't be doing that for a while, because I'm still picking mud and weeds off everytime I wash it, and I went mudding 4 months ago!

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It's all part of the fun of mudding. That and breaking parts lol. I've broken more parts mudding than I have on trails/off-roading/work. The mud will also cause rust so make sure to get it off the undercarriage.
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It's all part of the fun of mudding. That and breaking parts lol. I've broken more parts mudding than I have on trails/off-roading/work. The mud will also cause rust so make sure to get it off the undercarriage.
That was the first time I've been mudding, and it was fun, but this is my daily driver, and I have a small budget so I can't be breaking parts too often. I've gotten most of the mud off, but once in a while I still find some on it.
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That was the first time I've been mudding, and it was fun, but this is my daily driver, and I have a small budget so I can't be breaking parts too often. I've gotten most of the mud off, but once in a while I still find some on it.
Mudding is fun, but it is just about one of the worst things you can do to a vehicle. If you plan on keeping this one then I would keep it off road as little as possible.
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I've done a ton of stuff to it recently, but the site won't let me post pictures for some reason, I can upload them to my album, but can't post them here. Any suggestions?
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It's not letting you post pictures off photobucket?
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No, I don't use photobucket, I post them using this sites photo system
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It was working for you before so something had to have changed. The easiest way is probably photobucket. I've never had any problems posting with it. Or become a premium user, I believe they can post pictures directly off their computers.
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Made a photobucket account, here is a teaser until I upload all the photos and figure out how to use the account.
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Time for updates! A few weeks ago, I mounted one of the fenders from craigslist, and a door from an 86 that came with the bronco.



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