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Old 06-26-2008, 11:03 AM
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Resto of my 1986 Fullsize Bronco XL

Started this project a few years ago. Wanted to make my 86 Fullsize tough as nails and winterproof. The entire truck (inside and out) has been sprayed and rolled in Durabak bed liner. All rusty parts (doors, tailgate, rockers, fenders) have been replaced. I hope to be done with the truck in July or August of this year. You can follow my progress via the following link:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/55...k-warning.html

Here is my progress so far:

BEFORE:
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AFTER (IN PROGRESS):
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Also just completed a E-Fan install on it:
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/75...n-install.html
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86 Ford Bronco XLT[
302 EFI, manual 4 speed
K&N, 3G Alt, MK Classic II's
Accel Supercoil-Ford 9mm Wires-MSD Cap/Rotor
Equus Mechanical Gagues
Edelbrock Shocks-Rancho lift
Taurus Cooling Fan
Backup Camera
Durabak liner
The Video: http://www.supermotors.net/vehicles...ry/media/619611
WARNING: Restoration in progress!!!
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