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Old 10-02-2010, 05:26 PM
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I know where a 70's Bronco is that is going to be scrapped

~Unless someone wants it bad enough to save it.

It's an original frame and body, with some damage to the driver side door. Owner wants to rip out the axles and the engine and tranny/transfer is gone because he wanted that too.

But it's a stub-nosed bronc that is going to be trashed unless somebody claims it

(I'd put this in the swap thread, but I'm not the seller)

I really don't care about it one way or the other, but someone else might

It's in the Memphis/West TN area. I can put you in touch if you are at all interested

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Old 10-04-2010, 09:54 AM
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Wish I had the time to head your way Wolf and recover that vehicle.
But can't get them all.
We plan on hitting Memphis Pull-a-part soon; Also got a Aunt in Olive Branch to pick up my Grandfathers old Fire fighter Helmet & Shot Gun as well.
Oh well!
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Hey, check pull a part for power steering to a 68-74 Econoline, it's a large hydraulic setup.
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Hey, check pull a part for power steering to a 68-74 Econoline, it's a large hydraulic setup.
will keep ya in mind Mark.
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any more details? I might would make the 3 hour drive for it.
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I should have got back on this long ago, it got crushed when scrap went up over twelve per hundred.

(Sorry about that)

It was pretty bad off though - you know how they get when the top is left off of them for too long.
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