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Old 04-11-2009, 04:13 PM
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My $65 dollar Bromco.. dial up warning!!

I mentioned it the other day in another thread, and thought what the hell, I'll post it up for you al to take a look at..

It all started when my buddy decided to move and told me to come get a couple EB's.... he had 7 of them and didn't want to try an move all of them, along with all of his other trucks....

So I went over and loaded two up... the white one is his old racer, and the blue one was a daily driver several years ago...

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Fast forward to this spring, and I got laid off and was bored... so I pulled the 68 (blue one) in the garage and started throwing spare parts I had in it...

just sit a spare 302, NP435, and Dana 20 in place..
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Wiring up a new compact dash...
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Moved outside under it's own power...
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Set the cage from the old racer in, and bolted down the seats...
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Sanded down for a quikie rattle can paint job...
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and finally one color...
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Plus I got a couple group shots together.... now if they were just all done...

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The white one is the one getting the Rockwells... matter of fact they are sitting in the back of the garage right now just waiting.... I basicly plan to use the front half of the frame, and tube the rest.. then pin on the sheetmetal... but I have to get mommies EB done first..

The maroon one is mommies... we are restoring it for her to be her daily driver... just as soon as I go back to work, it goes to the body shop for body work and paint.... I've got a fuel injected 302 waiting for it in the back of the garage

The black one I pretty much built out of bordom, and to wheel until I get the white one done... and like I said eariler... as of right now I have a grand total of $65 dollars in it.... but I do need to completely redo the brakes which will be about $250... dig me up a set of old mud tires for it (hopefully) under $100.. and build a front bumper (again hopefully) under $100.... which will make it a $500 EB that I can just have fun with....
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