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3,121
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Michigan
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa... Brings back to many good memories, and reminds me how much of an idiot i am.. But here u go.... :(

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3,121
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Michigan
aaaa 4 inch suspension, 3 inch body, dual stablizer shocks, 35x15.5R15 Superswamper TSL SX with Eagle Alloy wheels. 460 CID, 650 Holley Double Pumper, RV cam, L&L Longtubes, 3 inch dual exhaust with 40 series flows, New black interior with black carpet, black dash, Racing seats, C6 Auto trans. Only thing i didnt touch was the gearing. I knew jack crap about trucks when i was that age. Wish i woulda still had it..

My next 79 will have a 6 inch suspension, painted black, with some Iroc Radials, i really want to get the Flip up hood kit.
 
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LEB Ben

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C'mon...show off your rigs

I would like to declare this thread the official place to whore out your rig and show off what they look like. It would be great if a mod or admin could make this a sticky so it's always right at the top. So some on, post pics of your Bronco and let the rest of us drool over them. Here's a couple of my Broncos:

The '79 I bought in July

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Finishing up rewiring from scratch

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The runabout

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Sold this tan turd so I could get the 79
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surewhynot

Rep whores make me sick
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Heres the 81 Bronco I had. It ran a 351w 4 speed and 205 transfer case. 4.10 gears and 38 in hawgs. It also had the wonderful swiss cheese frame, which I managed to mangle, so parted out it got. :headbang:

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Here's the 79 I have, which is about shot too, lol. It is stock, with 42 tsl's and a lot of fender cutting. One of the pics shows it on 40 hawgs though.

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surewhynot

Rep whores make me sick
13,843
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Florida
As you can see from the busted grille and the addition of the pipe bumper, I like ramming things.
 
3,121
67
Michigan
Heres my Current 95 Bronk, 351W E4OD

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And my old 79, 460 CID C6

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lil_dq

Let 'er eat boys!
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I noticed that too! LOL

You all have some nice lookin rigs!
 
3,121
67
Michigan
hahaha i wish the snow would be gone! but yet, i like it now because i snowmobile lol
 

95F350XL

Master Junk Tech
Here is my Free 88 Bronk 302, AOD, 33's, Runnin on 7cyl, got a 5.0HO for it
Here is was the night I towed it home.
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This is it now

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3,121
67
Michigan
WOW MAN! that truck is looking GOOD!
 

95F350XL

Master Junk Tech
3,121
67
Michigan
Definatly a keeper truck tho! Very clean
 

LEB Ben

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Oh man...looks like I gotta post my pics in the newly developed sticky now:

79 Bronco, bought in July...soon to have a nicely built 400 and C6 in it:
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Finishing up after the complete harness rebuild:
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The current runabout:
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The turd I sold to get my 79:
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LEB Ben

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Harness rebuild my a$$. I don't see a single pair of wire snips, crimps, heat shrink, solder... NOTHIN!

I call BS smilietease :rofl:



HAHA...say what you want, I was just putting the bulbs and lamps back in. Holy hell was that the worst job I ever did, and I even had my dad's help. It took about 2 weekends and 6-8 hours each day...for about a total 30 hours worth of work. Needless to say, eletrical work isn't my forte. I think next time I'll just tear all the old wires out and drop the $600 and go with the Centech harness.
 

Skandocious

Post Whores Make Me Sick
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California
Yeah I can imagine that wiring an entire harness would be a b!tch. I'm fairly proficient with electrical work, it ain't really that hard, it's just tedious and annoying. I always draw out my electrical circuits ahead of time, using a computer program to test them and make sure I'm not going to blow anything up :p But of course that'd be kinda hard to do with the computer harness on a truck.
 
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