As the years went on and they entered 1985 Jeff and the boys wanted to do something a little different with the Bronco. So they took off the old original body and put on a totally custom and hand built body. This made the truck a much better mud racer and won them a lot more trophies.
Sometimes you gotta get a little dirty! For the really deep mud, they would have to throw on some better and wider tires. This truck was even involved in indoor mud racing at the Pontiac Silverdome.
After all the years of racing -and promoting his business in the process- Jeff decided to officially start Jeff’s Bronco Graveyard in late 1985 and leading into 1986 business really started to kick off!
Believe it or not, this is the old barn where Jeff’s Bronco Graveyard started. In this small barn is where Jeff and his crew would take apart the trucks and sell the used parts. At this point we mainly served walk-in customers, but we did have our fair share of phone calls as the years went on in this place.
Here is Jeff in 1986 taking apart a Bronco to sell the parts; again this is just outside of that old barn where it all started to come together.
Here is a photo of us doing a lift on the Motor City Madman’s a.k.a. Ted Nugent’s Bronco back in the late 80’s.