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    William H

    • Year:1987
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco II

    Engine : 2.9 V6

    Drivetrain : stock

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    My 1987 Bronco II full chop top. 4 inch Rough Country lift, 32x11.5x15 GY Wrangler MT/R tires with new 15x8 Cragar rims. Gutted the interior and Rhino lined it. Painted all interior surfaces black. Added red and black front racing seats with 4 point harness. Custom full cage. Rear seat is a CJ7 rumble seat. Rear tire carrier was from an early Jeep YJ and was welded onto the rear bumper. Reese hitch just installed. Painted the exterior myself with Rustoleum safety red paint. Let me know what ya think of it.

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    Reviewed by: Vince Z 05/31/11 05:15AM

    Love it, looks great!

    Reviewed by: Josh D 06/02/11 12:19AM

    looks good are you planning on up grading the engine?

    Reviewed by: William H 06/02/11 03:05AM

    I probably won't upgrade the motor. The V6 is powerful enough for what I'm doing with it.

    Reviewed by: Kody U 06/14/11 07:34PM

    You ever plan on getting a soft-top made for it?

    Reviewed by: Steve B 06/17/11 09:51PM

    Nice b2! I want to chop my b2 just like that, but didn't know who to go to for the idea. How much did it cost you?

    Reviewed by: William H 06/19/11 04:09AM

    @ Kody. No plans for a soft top. I keep it in my garage when I'm not using it. @ Steve. To chop it cost very little. However I gutted the interior so that become somewhat expensive to replace. Also paint, tires, rims, lift kit and install were pretty pricey.

    Reviewed by: Wes E 06/22/11 06:10AM

    Was it hard to rhino line the interior?

    Reviewed by: Nathan S 10/02/19 02:09PM

    Hey man, you did a fantastic job! I know its been a few years, but, do you still have it? I'm buying a duplicate 88 Bronco 2 for parts, but after finding your post I might decide to turn this parts truck into a Beastly Chop Top. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.