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Old 03-03-2010, 08:48 PM
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2010 FTE Online Bronco (All Years) Championship Round-3 Entry Thread.

  • The FAT FENDERED MOB! 1920 - 1956
  • Ford Classics 1957 - 1996
  • The 21st Century 1997 and onward...
  • The Classy Classics 1961-1979 (Run By 76SCS (aka 76f350spercamprspeal) Sanctioned by GreyWolf.
  • The Black Cloud Crowd- The Diesels (Formally run by 76f350spercamprspeal, currently run by GreyWolf)
  • The Bustin' Broncos (Run By 76SCS (aka 76f350spercamprspeal) Sanctioned by GreyWolf.
And with that - entry threads are now going to begin popping open

These are the updated rules for all classes - for all to see ~
1) Contest open to all model and year Ford Trucks (includes vans, SUV's, All Wheel Drive, all levels of customization, etc) WITHIN THAT CLASS

2) Number of entries in each round limited to the first ten who enter a round. If after two weeks have passed there are less than ten but more than one entries, the entries for that round will close and the deciding poll will run anyway. If there is only one entry it wins by default and moves on to the CHAMPIONSHIP round. Contestants may only enter ONE TRUCK per round.

3) To enter - post a picture of your truck at least 700 by 600 pixels in size (no links to other sites. Picture must be displayed in thread) Avoid extremely large images, please. (1024 pixels largest side of image). Huge pictures may interfere with some connection speeds. ALL images will be tailored to size by committee to fit in poll thread. You may only enter ONE truck in each round

4) RULE OF OWNERSHIP: You must have owned the truck AT THE TIME YOUR PICTURE OF IT WAS TAKEN to enter it. You may not enter anyone elses truck FOR them. No exceptions

5) CHAMPIONSHIP RULES:
The first place finisher in each round qualifies and is entered in the CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND.
After ten regular rounds, the CHAMPIONSHIP consists of the first place finishers from the preceding ten rounds running in a "Best of the Best" contest.

6) VOTE MONGERING: You may enlist your buds and chapter, other groups or whatever to vote for your entry. HOWEVER - be warned that all of the polls are anonymous, and your buds can always vote for someone else. There is no way to know! SPAMMING the forums should not be done at any time for this purpose, be careful what you do...

7) Once a poll is up for a round, it will be active until the last day of the month. These polls close by themselves and whoever wins does. If for some reason there is a tie - a tie breaker poll will run until the following sunday night at the latest. Local midnight is based on Central Time in the USA.

8) NON-EXCLUSION: Employees of FTE and/or IBI welcome to enter including moderators or other unpaid affiliates as well as sponsors of the site

9) REPEAT ENTRIES: Out of sportsmanship, it is asked that if you want to enter a following contest, enter no more than two in a row. After waiting for one in between, you may enter again. THIS WILL NOT BE ENFORCED! It is a request, in order to give others a chance. ONCE YOU HAVE WON A ROUND (this is important) you may not enter another round that season with another truck - your winning truck is automatically entered in the finals, and no more than one entry in the finals by the same person is permitted.

10) PRIZES: 1st place winner in each round will receive a free one year paid membership to Club FTE, which provides access to extra features such as the Club FTE Members Only forum. Those who already are supporters will be given a twelve month extension to the membership they already have.
PS: "You're damn right we're doing it again!"

Broncos!
The original F-Series truck based SUV series!

Thanks,
-Anthony 76SCS-
Let's show 'e3m how the Bronco's keep it real!
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'76 F-350 Super Camper Special, 390 FE, Factory 4-Speed, 3.73s, Dana 70 Rear.
'94 F-150 XLT Super-Cab Shortbed, Dual Tanks, 5.0 302ci V8, E4OD Auto, Blue Interior,
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Previously Owned: '67 F-250, 69 F-250, '77 F-350, '74 F-250 SC
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Old 03-04-2010, 09:52 AM
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Thanks Anthony!

My 86 started off life like this:
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During Restoration:
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After Restoration:
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The restoration took me about 3 years to complete. The beast is rust proofed inside and out as well as bedlined...inside and out. The black you see on the outside is a smooth bedliner.
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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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Old 03-04-2010, 11:52 AM
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1981 Ford Bronco
300 I6
4bbl Intake/ Holley 390 4bbl.

It was sitting rotting on my (now, but not at the time) father-in-law's ranch in California after someone parked it and left it there because it wouldn't pass CA smog.
I got it running and drove it 700 miles home to Idaho and have been working on it ever since!

When I got it.
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First time I waxed it.
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Old Engine.
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High flow fuel injected manifold upgrade with 2.5" exhaust.
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Four barrel carburetor / intake upgrade!
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Camping in the mountains.
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New 31" tires.
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1984 Ford Bronco. 300I6 Offenhauser C Intake Holley 600 4bbl, 31" BFG A/T, NP435, 3.55 rear 8.8" EFI Manifolds. 2.5" high flow cat/muffler.
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Old 03-04-2010, 07:25 PM
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Well, here's mine. Not the prettiest or coolest, but it is my biggest/favorite project. Been stockpilin' parts for years for the 351w roller swap (including kenne bell 2.2L Lightning Blowzilla )
Here she is...
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Old exhaust w/ longtubes
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Front customization
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Sparco steering wheel with grant hub and grant-momo adapter
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New motor pics!!!
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Twin Screw!!!
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New wheels (17x8): lighter than my steelies and only Ford freaks will recognize where they're from
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Specs:
1992 Eddie Bauer Bronco
Edelbrock'd MAF converted 302 (soon to be 351w )
6" superlift, superrunner steering, lift leafs (getting changed to cut&turn TTB), beefed 8.8 rear, 4.56 f&r gears with eaton posi, superlift traction bars
35x12.50 Dunlop All Terrains (sold the muds in the pictures) on 17x9 Cragar Soft 8 steel wheels
Mag-Hytec E40D pan, 8.8 diff cover
Custom dual side exit (b4 rear wheels) exhaust w/ hi-flow cat & l&l longtubes (complete setup for sale)
Hellwig 1" rear sway (still looking for something bigger than stock for the front).
Polyurethane bushings all around (including axle pivots/cab mounts)
Smittybilt front tubular bumper (rear waiting to be installed)
Black billet grille w/ old Bronco script logo (2 130w spots behind the grille)
55w back up lights
Crystal front heads/turn/emergency lenses
Custom stereo w/ 18" sub @ only 800w
Sparco steering wheel

The above list is *nothing* in comparison to the plans I've made and parts I've gathered for the future...
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Old 03-05-2010, 03:22 AM
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Here is my 79 bronco, original frame with dana 60 rear and dana 44 with 8 lugs up front. 4:10 gears. 400 engine, C6 trans. ovious body changes. 35" tires. runs great in the mud.
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Old 03-10-2010, 07:45 PM
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Here is my 79 bronco, original frame with dana 60 rear and dana 44 with 8 lugs up front. 4:10 gears. 400 engine, C6 trans. ovious body changes. 35" tires. runs great in the mud.
Phil
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That's not a Bronco.
That's a '73-'77 F-250 4x4 HiBoy.
(With a '73-'75 Grille Shell)
This truck also has some very cool factory options.
Such as the Western Style mirrors, The Cab Roof Lights, and This truck was a shortbed. Or you cut the frame to make it one, seems a little too short...
*edit* Just re-read your post, Nevermind.
That would explain the short frame.
The Body from that F-Sieres truck came from a '73-'75.
or is a '76 with a '73-'75 grille shell.
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Should I start Round-3 ?
Or wait?
I think I'll wait it out.
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'94 F-150 XLT Super-Cab Shortbed, Dual Tanks, 5.0 302ci V8, E4OD Auto, Blue Interior,
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Old 03-10-2010, 10:30 PM
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alot of people dont beleive it was originally a bronco, body was shot and put the truck body on it, it is 73-75 body from a F350. everyone asks how I shortened the frame and dont believe it is original wheelbase. It isnt finished, i just ran out of money lol. I am considering puting a shorted flairside bed on it.

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Old 03-11-2010, 12:38 AM
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You would have to do some modifications to the flareside bed.
I believe you, Because the frame is to short for a shortbed even.
Was it just a regular Chassis Cab F-350?
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'76 F-350 Super Camper Special, 390 FE, Factory 4-Speed, 3.73s, Dana 70 Rear.
'94 F-150 XLT Super-Cab Shortbed, Dual Tanks, 5.0 302ci V8, E4OD Auto, Blue Interior,
Tinted Windows, Keyless Entry & Alarm, Power Everything, Bedliner (Daily Driver)

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yes it was just a regular chassis cab f350. yes, I was thinking id just leave the step out of bed shorten box and align fenders.

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'76 F-350 Super Camper Special, 390 FE, Factory 4-Speed, 3.73s, Dana 70 Rear.
'94 F-150 XLT Super-Cab Shortbed, Dual Tanks, 5.0 302ci V8, E4OD Auto, Blue Interior,
Tinted Windows, Keyless Entry & Alarm, Power Everything, Bedliner (Daily Driver)

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'76 F-350 Super Camper Special, 390 FE, Factory 4-Speed, 3.73s, Dana 70 Rear.
'94 F-150 XLT Super-Cab Shortbed, Dual Tanks, 5.0 302ci V8, E4OD Auto, Blue Interior,
Tinted Windows, Keyless Entry & Alarm, Power Everything, Bedliner (Daily Driver)

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