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Old 08-21-2009, 07:04 PM
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I don't really like the older fords. Anything earlier than a 70.
This is one of our 69 Bronco's. How can anyone not like these old gems.
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Interesting about the 16.5s.. I almost went that route and then went with 16s and I run low low pressures and have yet to lose a bead.. pretty amazing really.
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I'm running 16s with my 37's. Its usually fighting ruts that gets it though..

Then again Carlene, that is a damn nice bronco.
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Then again Carlene, that is a damn nice bronco.
HA - I knew you'd see it my way.
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Its kind of a tradition, if you'd noticed.. buuuuut...
Toss me those keys and i'll see it your way even more.
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Its kind of a tradition, if you'd noticed.. buuuuut...
Toss me those keys and i'll see it your way even more.

X2 thats a sweet old bronc

i like all fords from the first model As to the 96 f150 / 97 F250, F350...then i dont like any of them up until the 2010 f150 and super duty (those other ones just dont feel/look like trucks) , those are beast but i have seen whats under the hood and holly crap id hate to have to work on them...stupid DPF
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I changed the plugs and coils (8 of them) on my dads 2000 F-150. There's alot of crap that has to come off the engine lol. I had to unbolt all sorts of things just so I could get the plugs out. It was hell. :P
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No Can Do on the key toss. I wasn't even gonna post a pict of that until it I had a good mud run photo, but when you said you didn't like any pre 70 Ford, I just had to.

The White Brondo does not have the motor in it yet. Steve just finished the re-build (pict in my garage). I just finished cleaning/painting. And, the biggest thing, is the seats just got delivered today. I have many, many more pictures to add to my "garage" photos, but heck, I just couldn't let you go with a comment like that.

I guess its a good thing that our 1941 is, oops, I guess its not a post-70 either. Sorry, couldn't resist. hahahahah

BTW Prozon, don't think I'm pickin on you cause I'm not, its just that I have a thing for OLD stuff.
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You are the last person I would think would be picking on anyone lol.

That is quite an amazing looking engine. I really dislike those valve cover bolts though. Lol.
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I would love to have this truck ! Very nice.
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Your mom's very nice.
OHHHHHHHH BURN!!

No, i'm just kidding. Tell her I said hello.
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"Anything" earlier than a 70???? The body style from 67 to 72 was the same. A 67, 68, 69 would be earler than a 70, and would be the same truck as a 71 or 72. These are bumpsides. Hmmmm.

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Such as.......the coils???? lol. Thats all you gotta unbolt to change the plugs on these trucks. What else did you pull off?
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Such as.......the coils???? lol. Thats all you gotta unbolt to change the plugs on these trucks. What else did you pull off?
No, some bracket has to come off ( on my dads anyways ) so that you can pull the front drivers side coil out. The passanger side coils were all easy. I had the four of them out in no time. The plugs were all pretty messed up too. Its got a next to dead engine so I replaced plugs and coils to make it run half decent. The drivers side I had to pull some bracket off because it was mounted over the coil, and the fuel rail had to be unbolted so I could move it a quarter of an inch to slide the coil out. And the rear one was just hell. Very limited space.
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Old 08-26-2009, 01:17 AM
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And to ED,

I just said earlier than 70 in a vague sense. I really don't like the body style of the Ford posted. I'm not a huge fan of most old Fords, except for the ones that are built as yours.

IMO the 80's look cooler.
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its debatable,,,
thats coming from a 15 year old,,but as far as looks go to me if i was given an 80's it would prolly still have the sign in the window.. you can take that any way you want
lol personal opinion.
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but as you stated if its built,, well shucks that changes everything. lol
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