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With these gas prices you might be better off driving the mini! Filled my bronco the other day and it cost me 188.00 bucks!! ouch! Ok hopefully a few more will chime in and we can set up a date and time to meet.
Guess it'll just have to be you and I bud! Hey i looked at another 96 Bronco today, had the rusts really bad but had a good running 5.8L in it. He's selling it for 2000.00 I was only interested in the engine so its a bit costly for that. Oh and I got my 4.10s with traction loc installed in my spair rear axle and spair Dana so all I have to do now is swap them into my truck. So lots of projects for the colder coming weekends, how did you make out with yours?
Sigh. Slowly. I only have weekends to work on it, and somethimes things come up. I got the rotors on, but snapped off the bolt that hold the locking pins in. I still have to do rear brakes, the weld a couple of holes.
BTW There is a 78/79 Bronco in the Woodstock area in near mint condition that I look at almost every day waiting for a for sale sign.....
So much to repair, so little money....
Heading to Quebec this weekend, and with the gas high, I have to watch how much I drive. Ye I filled up and it cost me 90$ not as bad as you though.
Have you check out the Red one down on Bennett? I think he was selling at one time? Hope to get over say hello.
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