I have a 93 Ford Bronco that has been well taken care of and has had a lot of upgrades and improvements. It is a 351 Windsor with a procomp lift kit on 33" Mickey Thompson ATZ with 90% tread left on 15x10 American Racing Rims. Easily could fit 35" without trimming the wheel wells. It has equal length ceramic Bassani Headers with respective 3" Bassani Off-road Y-Pipe. I have installed the EGR delete and have plugged the back of the heads with products from RJM Technologies. In the process I had the heads machined and new gaskets installed through the entire upper portion of the motor and ARP bolts for the heads. I also replaced the oil pan gasket and rear main seal. I recently have put a new aluminum radiator, new water pump, new thermostat, and radiator hoses. It has a new 130 amp Power Master Alternator with new 6 gage power and ground cables. This helps power the off-road lights and subwoofers in an enclosed box. Last year I replaced the fuel pump, fuel filter, and fuel relay. I have also replaced the distributer with MSD distributor, 8 gauge spark plug wires and new spark plugs. It has a two-way viper alarm with remote start that works from inside buildings within a few hundred feet of the bronco. It also has locking gas cap to protect the investment.
I have tons of other parts to put on the bronco but haven't had time to install them. I have aluminum heads modeled after GT40 heads, Crommoly Trick Flow push rods, stud mounted Crane Cam Rocker Arms, guide plates, and ARP studs. Slotted rotors, new upper and lower door hinges, and a Auto Meter Pillar Gauge pods. I have two of the three gauges to fill the pillar; Auto Meter Sports style Mechanical Oil Pressure Gauge and Volt Meter Gauge.
I have always changed the oil every 3,000 miles with full synthetic Royal
Purple 10W 30 since I bought the bronco over ten years ago when it had only 100,000 miles. The interior is in great condition with only one broken arm rest and the dash pad is cracked from old age.