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    Great White

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    Mark L

    • Year:1966
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 1871 Mexican block 302 ported and milled heads, .030 flatop pistons, .512 lift cam, Parker funnel web intake, 600cfm DP Holley and an ARP lower end. All fed by a custom made functional snorkel.

    Drivetrain : 1986 T-19 tranny Dana 20 transfercase(twin stick shifters), D44 disc axle upfront and 9" out back, 4.11's.

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    The truck is sitting on 38x15.5 Mickey Thompson baja claws. Mounted to the stock frame is a fiberglass body with two front racing seats and a stock rear bench. Holding the bodies down are racing belts mounted securly through the body. I completley rewired the vehicle from the aftermarket H4 headlights through the Autometer guages out to the full complement of L.E.D. lights throughout the truck. Both bumpers I custom made to hold the full size spare and Highlift jack, and the front to hold a 10gal air tank for the on-board air system and full skid plate.

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    Reviewed by: Kevin K 03/10/08 07:52AM

    Comments:
    I woud love to see a picture of the engine if you dont mind

    Reviewed by: Kevin K 03/10/08 07:50AM

    Comments:
    how deep have you gone in that beast? I love the snorkel, how long did it take to put on?

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