‘Fearless’ Ford Bronco Pays Tribute to Fallen Hero

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There’s no real way to truly repay those who give it all for our freedom. But this custom Ford Bronco is a touching tribute, regardless.

Try as we might, there’s really no way to properly repay those who sacrifice it all for our freedom. Among the countless names of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for this great country of ours, Adam Brown left this world protecting his fellow SEAL Team Six members in Afghanistan. Brown’s selfless act was recognized by a Silver Star Medal for Heroism. But ultimately, his story would leave a lasting impression on many that carries on through this custom Ford Bronco.

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Brown’s remarkable story was captured in the pages of the book Fearless, which captured the imagination of millions around the world. Including the fine folks at RK Performance. Joined by Brown’s friends and family, they decided to do something special for Brown’s wife, as well as his two kids, Nathan and Savannah. So they set out to rebuild Brown’s very first car, a 1991 Ford Bronco. And naturally, the project was dubbed “Operation Fearless.”

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The team originally planned to restore the Ford Bronco to original condition. But after they learned a little about Brown’s interests, they decided to build his idea of the ultimate truck. And this Bronco is certainly chock full of the best stuff money can buy. Including a 400+ hp 5.0-liter Coyote V8, Transzilla F56 6-speed manual transmission, and a BDS 4” Extended Radius Arm Suspension Lift Kit. Flared fenders make room for 18″ Fuel Hostage wheels, wrapped in 38×15.50 Nitto Mud Grappler tires.

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No one will ever be able to properly pay back Brown for his sacrifice. Or fill the void it left in his family’s lives. But you have to give it to the folks at RK Performance for stepping up and doing something truly special for his family!

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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