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    Jeff R

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

    Engine : -Currently has a 1989 302 5.0L with a few mods. -By next month I'll be slamming in a new 393 Stroker w/ all the bells and whistles including the new Edelbrock EFI converson kit which will produce 525 rwhp.

    Drivetrain : Beefed up NP435 Transmisson Dual transfer case- Dana 20 to Dodge 203 Front Dana 44 with a wristed axle housing -Detroit Locker w/ Warn 35 spline Rear Ford 9"-Detroit w/ Warn full floating Axle

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    This is my 1966 Bronco. Frame off resto with new everything. Almost everything is stainless including dash and windshield frame. Billstein 7100 shocks w/ remote resivoirs. Wild Horses 5.5" lift that sit on Nitto 37" tires w/ 20" Pro Comp rims.
    Continues to be a work in progress. The next purchase will probably be MasterCraft suspension seats.

    Comments (14)

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    Reviewed by: Bill G 09/22/07 09:47AM

    Very Tastefully Done! Can you tell me where the bumpers are from? Thanks

    Reviewed by: Kevin C 06/15/07 12:17PM

    like the bronco but i think the rims a bit much

    Reviewed by: Mark 0 06/15/07 08:53PM

    great looking bronco but those rims belong on a unique whips lowrider.

    Reviewed by: Michael B 06/27/07 04:13PM

    i agree with them.nice bronco.but those rims.

    Reviewed by: Peter O 07/03/07 09:05AM

    The man built his machine to his taste. Don't hate

    Reviewed by: Brad R 07/09/07 01:11PM

    That broco is sick!! Nice paint, and I like the attention to details. You can tell nothing on this truck is store bought. I already tried looking. I don't care what those other comments say about your rims.. they're mint. They're made by Pro-Comp for a truck just like that an it looks really good. Almost looks like maybe a shelby version bronco. Many people on this site are hicks and just accustomed to their ity-bity 15" rims with 35's and haven't yet realized its not the 70's anymore. Every truck I've seen on here is a shit bucket compared to this. The guys that made comments bout your rims... i'd like to see thier I bet you have 70 g's or more put into this truck. Nice job.

    Reviewed by: Alex R 07/24/07 09:11AM

    Nice truck, I agree, it is the nicest restored bronoco I have have seen. I am considering painting my bronco the same color, can you tell me what color and brand of paint you used?

    Reviewed by: Mark 0 07/24/07 06:04PM

    i agree to, nice looking rig, but those wheels and tires.

    Reviewed by: Cameron W 10/05/07 02:33AM

    sick ride loose the bitch steps...

    Reviewed by: Mikel B 10/30/07 10:12AM

    i really like your bronco, its a very well built. rims are not to my taste, but im into wheeling, wich is somthing that truck should never do.

    Reviewed by: Julius B 10/27/07 07:58AM

    l agree about the 70 g price, but my opinion is the rims,side step,rollbar, & those fender flares could be replaced. Then the quality & price would go higher these days. If my 75 looked that good there would be no price tag. l couldn't sell it @ that point it would be (priceless) Good job!

    Reviewed by: Steven S 11/16/07 09:55AM

    Dude...where do i start? That's the best lookin machine I've ever seen, in my oppinion, the rims match beautifully. Unique is a little bit of an understatement.

    Reviewed by: Chris C 12/04/07 01:15PM

    were did u get that hood scoop from and what brand is it, email me at, thanks chris

    Reviewed by: Cameron W 11/10/08 08:33PM

    do 37 inch tires rub? did you have to add a body lift to your 5.5" suspension lift to fit them?