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    Jade P

    • Year:1993
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 351 W

    Drivetrain : 44 TTB w/4.56 gears and trac loc, 8.8 w/ 4.56s and detroit locker, e4od with banks trans command. 6" Skyjacker stage II lift. 35" BFG AT's. Seats have been recovered with grey ultra suede (cleans amazing) and black leather inserts.

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    My mom bought it in 94 bone stock. everything that has been done on the truck I did while she owned it. I've wanted it from day one. Four years ago I bought her a new Roush Racing Stage 3 Ford F-150 to get the Bronco from her. Probably the most expensive 93 Bronco purchase in history but it was worth it. When I got it my wife drove it for a few days and then sold her truck making it her daily driver. Just got her the soft top for Christmas.

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    Reviewed by: Jim G 12/01/10 02:03PM

    Awesome Bronco! I like what you did with the seats, I have a 94 with leather interior. I have been looking to change my seats over to cloth. How do you do it?

    Reviewed by: Jade P 12/02/10 06:33AM

    The seats are the only thing i didnt do myself. I had an upolstry shop do them. The ultra suede is amazing. It cleans great and has lasted forever. The pic that is on here the seats were about 8 years old then and still look brand new today after another 100k miles.

    Reviewed by: Jim G 12/02/10 08:02AM

    They def. look new after all that time. So what does something like that cost? I bet finding a shop was tough.

    Reviewed by: Traci F 01/03/11 03:49AM

    AWESOME BRONCO!!!! Have 1996 Bronco, w/4" suspension lift and 33" Mud Terrain tires, would never part w/her for any price!!! The seats are GREAT!!! Would you be able to give me a rough idea on how much they cost?

    Reviewed by: Jade P 01/04/11 09:13AM

    I honestly dont remember, they were done about 8 years ago. I think they were about $500 to rebuild all the springs, new foam, and re-cover. I just took them out this past weekend and put in a 40-20-40 bench seat out of a 97 f-350. That was the best thing I have done to the truck in a long time.

    Reviewed by: Traci F 01/08/11 04:19AM

    Would your old seats fit my 1996 Bronco? How much do you want for them?

    Reviewed by: Major J 12/08/11 06:58AM

    i really like the soft top how much did it run you?