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1973 Blue/Blue Explorer, 302, AT, PS, PDB, A/C, uncut, rust free 1973 Blue/Blue Explorer, 302, AT, PS, PDB, A/C, uncut, rust free
BajaFresh75
10/20/15
This came from AZ. I bought it last year and I was going to make it my keeper, but I bought Andy's trail rig and I don't need both. I'm either selling this as is before paint and seats, or I'll get the work done and sell it then. It might be a good opportunity for someone wanting to do the work themselves at their own pace. It's an easy restoration project, that's why I bought it originally!! The original color is Bahama Blue. It has one repaint to White. There isn't any filler covering rust anywhere on the Bronco.

I have a large file of paperwork documenting new long block with rebuilt heads, 4bbl, SS exhaust, all new brakes, drums, calipers, pads, hoses, power booster, master cylinder, HD drive shafts, rear sway bar, 4 core radiator, rebuilt transmission, t'case, ring and pinion replacement with lock right locker in front, Yukon axles, and a lot more...
Yes it needs paint and new seat covers, but there isn't any rust, really. Yes the dash pad is cracked...it came from AZ! It's very clean and dry. It has 87K miles on the clock, most the work was done at 65-71K per receipts.. PM me for more details or if interested. Thanks  

Last edited by BajaFresh75; 10/21/15 at 09:02 AM..
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Colts88 on 02/24/17, 08:18 AM
Still Available?

Baja, is this one still for sale?
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