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    Slow Poke

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    Brad R

    • Year:1974
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 306 small block vortec s-trim blower with 14lb pulley Everything and everythings been done to this motor.

    Drivetrain : ZF 5 speed tranny, & a Stak 4x4 B-Box 3spd transfer case

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    Other stuff:
    Custom 4-link rear
    Three link front with a pan-hard
    King coil-overs front and rear
    King hydraulic bump stops
    Diamond axle houseings
    40 spline axles
    Chevy disc brake conversion
    True High 9's front and rear
    ARB's front and rear
    Ram assist steering
    High Angle driveline shafts
    37x13.5x16 MTR's on Procomp Rims
    Complete fiberglass body
    Metal doors from a '66
    Every nut and bolt is stainless
    Stainless custom windshield
    Mastercraft seats front and rear
    Hydrolic clutch, and hydroboost brakes
    etc. etc.

    Everythings bought, pretty much, now its just the time to put this together.
    This things taking forever, but thanks to Big Country Customs for helping me get it done right.

    Comments (3)

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    Reviewed by: Larry S 12/08/07 11:15PM

    Looks like a challanging project. Do all of the work your self? Should be sweet when you are done. Friend interested in sketching another bronco for cash? Mine is a big block and bright orange

    Reviewed by: Brad R 12/10/07 11:53AM

    ya absolutely. he sketched about 5 different renderings for me in different colors, and he's a friend of mine, but he does this professionally. His name is Andrew Kerr, and he has a website. Its Check it out, and he's very reasonably priced. I think he charges about $100 for a drawing like this. The trucks been extremely challenging, and i've wasted alot of time and money on mistakes. I've done what i can, but alot of the work is being done by Big Country Customs, cause its just beyond my ability. The design was the hardest part. Such a narrow frame, and problems with clearancing etc. Hard part is almost over, and should come together fast now.

    Reviewed by: Larry S 12/12/07 06:26PM

    Thanks for the information. Please post pictures as you move along with the project. I have an orange 71 Bronco that is on the site that will soon be road worthy. Powered with an LS6 and a 700R4 trans and a 205 Looks like you are doing it right. What part of the country are you located? Larry