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Old 09-06-2006, 09:32 AM
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My name is Andrew and I'm here for many reasons. One, I have been a lifelong PA resident (living in Reinholds (halfway between Lancaster and Reading) and going to college in Mansfield), two I've been a lifelong Ford owner from my Father's 1987 F-150 to my 1988 Bronco II. Finally I am KelKels (another FTE PA Chapter member) boyfriend (insert sappyness here) I am also working on restoring the family's 1980 Mercury Capri straight six (rebuild with possible supercharger). Anywho just thought I'd say hello and I'll fill y'all in on my truck.

1988 Bronco II XL
2.9L EFI V6 (aka the neverdie with 156k)
Mitsubishi 5pd (second one)
K&N Air filter
Lund Sun visor
Push bar grill guard
Full body work and professional paintjob in 2001
Flowmaster Dual exhaust (after the original pipe fell off)
Upgraded to XLT cloth seats (higher headrest, fully moveable to slide front)
Gabriel Gas Ryder LT shocks
Rancho Steering Stablizer
BF Goodrich T/A Tires

No lift yet but looking for a 3" body lift sometime in the future with a possible 4.0L engine upgrade. Right now I'm just keeping it until it dies and it will eventually become an offroad mud truck.

Right now I'm looking to upgrade to an extended cab truck (Tacoma, F Series or Ranger in that order) for more reliable transportation (not that the bronco has ever let me down knock on wood).

So until later, keep on truckin'!

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Old 09-06-2006, 03:45 PM
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Ahhh! Ain't that sweet. Okay sappiness over. Welcome BroncoBuff, sounds like a nice ride you have. Like your choice of extended cabs, F series, Ranger and TTTTTAAAACCCCOOOOMMMMAAAAA.
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