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Old 11/08/18, 11:29 AM   #16
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Post up the vin number. If its one of the last U14's it could be worth a little more $$.

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Old 11/08/18, 01:28 PM   #17
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ya'll done scared him off lol
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Old 11/08/18, 02:16 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by fordguy View Post
ya'll done scared him off lol
I think we were a little too forward....kinda like a stalking girlfriend or something.

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Old 11/08/18, 10:37 PM   #19
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Thanks so much for the great feedback!
Sorry for the slow response my life has been a blur the last 6 months.

Here is the VIN U14GLM38684.

We just when to the tax agency to get the title ownership change to my mother, the new title will be available in about 2 weeks. Once I have the title in hand I will be setting the price and putting it formally on the market.

Also plan on making a trip to the house to catalog all the parts so I can say for sure this is a complete half cab. It sure was when he got it, I drove it myself.

Thanks again for all the great info and kind words.

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Old 11/09/18, 10:33 AM   #20
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He means pay $7k and live with the guilt of jilting the seller for the rest of your life or be honest and pay $12k cause itís obviously worth it. Least thatís my interpretation.
What guilt would that be?

I've said too much already!

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Old 11/09/18, 07:24 PM   #21
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interested - please contact

very interested. call or text me at 316.305.7949

Paying cash and can pick it up when you are ready
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Old 11/10/18, 01:29 PM   #22
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Sorry about that. My little attempt at light humor but it went south. I was just saying that I thought the rig was worth more than 7. In good conscience I would offer more.

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Old 11/10/18, 06:28 PM   #23
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No doubt that this is worth more than $7k. I would think a good starting number would be around $15k or maybe higher. I agree with the afore mentioned wheels and tires, you should ditch 'em, probably sell them to some 4x4 guy and then buy some classic slots. I guess another option for the most money would; See what it'd take to get it running and driving, maybe a thousand or so given to a close by shop. Now you're talking more $$$ for sure!
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Old 11/10/18, 06:49 PM   #24
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Tried to PM you, but your message folder is full. Feel free to call me at (256) 599-0272. Seriously interested.

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Old 11/11/18, 09:27 PM   #25
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I went and looked at this Bronco today.. Checked the frame vin and it does match up as a U14 with V8. Don't know if the block and heads are original or not It has a Holley 4 barrel on it now. It has the wrong exhaust manifolds that wont work on it The glove vin wasn't on it. It appears to be a Sport by the fender emblems, grill and the door stainless trim. It doesn't have the original door panels so I couldn't tell on that. It is uncut and appears rust free (from what is saw) as it sits but several panels have been replaced and they look well done. The passenger side apron was missing the square section where it mates up the front portion. It has about 3 inch lift blocks under rear springs and some fabricated mounts to lower the front shocks(I guess instead of putting longer travel shocks on it for the lift) As you can see from the pics it will need assembly to get running as a driver if a full resto wasn't wanted. Seller believes the motor will run. The seller has most, if not all, parts for it. It has a chrome air cleaner, oil pan and fan. All in all it would be a good starting point for someone wanting an original U14 with a V8, a solid frame and an uncut body that doesn't need much sheetmetal work.

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Many thanks to hotrodjohn and his buddy taking their time to come and see my dad's bronco. These guys know their early Broncos.

I have updated the original post.
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72 u14, half cab

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