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    Marc S

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

    Engine : 170 cid straight 6 temporarily 5.0 HO being built on the stand

    Drivetrain : 3 on the tree, detroit lockers with 4.11 gears

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    Bought it blue/silver and went straight to disassembly. Complete frame-off, absolutely every nut, bolt seal bearing etc replaced. All bushings, shocks, wiring harness, brake components and lines replaced. All sheetmetal forward of the firewall brand new metal plus tailgate. Custom floorboards from aircraft grade sheetmetal. New exhaust, motor mounts. 35x12.50 Pro-comp tires on 15x10 Pro-comp wheels. Had to stop build to go back to Iraq but as soon as I get back it is already sandblasted and heading straight to the paint shop. 90% of my parts are from JBG and they had great advice everytime I called so thanks JBG. I'm over here wearing your catalog out just waiting to get home and finish this project in time for holidays at the sand dunes. All work done by myself, my sons Chad and Jake and good friend Scott. This is my project not some pet truck sent out to have all the work done for me. This is EB number 4 for me and no shortcuts are being taken.

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    Reviewed by: matthew T 07/11/06 04:57PM

    Nice rig, it will all pay off soon! Keep up the good work in Iraq, thank you for protecting our country!

    Reviewed by: Julius B 10/28/07 05:31AM

    I recall this project from the get go and it has turned out to be one of the best out there. I need the same crew to rework my 75 since I don't have the skills to do so. Put in for early retirement and start driving this thing daily. Come home and put the guns down and drive this one in the fast lane. Thanks for the service for our FREE country and giving me the initiative to get my ass out there and somehow get my 75 in half the condition of this masterpiece. Keep up the good work and send more photos when taken. Nice paint combo. This is what l pictured when l bought mine back in 1989 in North Carolina.