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Old 01-11-2018, 12:16 PM
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I just picked up a basket case for a winter project. It is a 67 half cab that originally was equiped with a 289. I can find the general info on how many half cabs were produced-2600 that year, does anyone know how many with 289s?
I was under the assumption that when you order the marti report it would have this like when reserching a mustang., but it did not get broken out this way the last time I ordered one for a Bronco.
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This EB forum is a little slow, not bad just not seen by the majority of the EB community.

Even been here? ClassicBroncos.com: Early Bronco Community for 66-77 Ford Bronco I am sure you can get that answer from someone there.
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because the rig is 50 y/o anything can have happened, been changed, etc

By that yr I think the VIN is on the inside of the glove bx door (even that would B very easy to change, unscrew door & cable). Take a look @ that & if needing decode help I think it's Broncohio that has an on-line helper.

As it's a bronk the top is real easy to change out (I have 3 styles of top).

ID the motor & head (individully as each can B swapped) to see what they R too - ford6.com might help, Parts Dummy, a member here might?

Don't worry bout it, enjoy the search, believe the results (ie 1/2 doz different rigs went into it's make up). Sounds like you'll need several others to move forward anyway (or help from the doz after mrkt vendors who specalize in these vehicles).

I believe the 289 was not installed in the bronk till late in the '66 yr run, but can B corrected by others as they come along. Hope that helps.

Just enjoy the vehicle as it is, what it is...

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By that yr I think the VIN is on the inside of the glove bx door (even that would B very easy to change, unscrew door & cable). Take a look @ that & if needing decode help I think it's Broncohio that has an on-line helper.
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Not to dispute what you or the Ford Parts book state, but general consensus among people with these vehicles are that '66, '67 and early '68 EB's have the warranty plate on the drivers side kick plate (left hand inner cowl panel).

'69 owners typically report that their warranty plate is located on the inside of the glove box door.

Supposedly, the transition happened sometime mid 1968
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