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Old 07/16/17, 02:43 PM   #1
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1974 Grabber Blue Ranger, original paint, AT, PS, 4.11 LS, Marti
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This one's been off the grid for decades! Great one to restore. It runs, drives, and stops. Motor is great, it's quiet, smooth and no smoke. You're not going to throw a plate on her and start driving, she needs to be gone thru.

Check out the Marti report. Denver DSO. Great year, awesome color, very solid, original paint, PS, AT, remote mirror, 4.11 limited slip from factory!!! The front hubs and axles are missing. I'm including a complete Dana 44 to the buyer. Needs front floors. Has new fuel pump and newer main tank. Aluminum radiator. I took the factory air cleaner off for pictures, it's included.

Doors close so nice. Rims are 16". No scale underneath on frame or chassis, just surface. These getting so hard to find. VERY good one to start with. I have plenty more pictures I'll post later. Thanks

Enjoy!! $11,700.00
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Old 07/16/17, 02:49 PM   #2
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Old 07/16/17, 02:49 PM   #3
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What a good looking truck! I don't know how you do it

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Old 07/16/17, 03:06 PM   #4
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Thanks, it's all in a name...like yours!!!

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Old 07/16/17, 03:42 PM   #5
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That Bronco is so cool! Front axle and sort it out a bit and I'd drive it just the way it is for sure! Great find once again!

68 5.0 C4 PS PB 30/9.5/15's
68 289 NP435 2.5" SL 1" BL PB PS Axle back 1" locker 33's
And some others!
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Old 07/16/17, 06:55 PM   #6
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Thanks! YES, exactly!! I agree, original paint Broncos are getting tough to find. Preserve and enjoy.

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Old 07/16/17, 07:20 PM   #7
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I told a couple of people about this one yesterday, and gave them your number.
Good luck with the sale Chris, and thanks again for help on my 66 hood.
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Old 07/16/17, 08:10 PM   #8
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Thanks Terry, good to see you again back in Nashville. Send me a pic of that '66 with the hood installed!!

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Old 07/16/17, 08:41 PM   #9
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What were the circles on the top just behind door glass, each side?

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What were the circles on the top just behind door glass, each side?
Duel whips I bet.

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Old 07/17/17, 03:46 AM   #11
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Light Grabber Blue, interesting. Don't think I've ever seen it listed that way before in years of Mustang hobby.

example -

1970 Ford Mustang Grabber Blue J

copied from a Mustang paint code page

Did all Broncos that had Grabber Blue paint call it "Light Grabber Blue"? Just curious.

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Old 07/17/17, 07:32 AM   #12
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If I was ready to buy (not until Oct), I'd be headed to Nashville today.
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Old 07/17/17, 12:45 PM   #13
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Duel whips I bet.
Yes, that's a rubber "plug" that's covering the antennae hole and 3 screw holes. Leave or add another add another whip if repainting, or patch and fill if restoring and painting.

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I'm drafting an Ebay ad to post in a few days. Here's another set of pics. Thanks y'all!
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Old 07/17/17, 05:57 PM   #15
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How bad is the rust in the hard top drip rails?

Thinking really hard about this one... Shipping costs to the West coast concern me...

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