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Old 04/21/13, 07:24 PM   #1
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1967 Military Bronco - FOR SALE
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Price: 7500

For sale. A 1967 Military Bronco. It has a 200 six cylinder and 411 gears. It has new floor pans and new body bushings. It has some surface rust and one small area beside the left wheel well, but is a very solid bronco. I would like to see it restored to military specs, but realize I never will so I am parting with it.

These are some older pictures, i will try to get some new one up tomorrow. I does have a top.

thanks for looking.
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Old 04/21/13, 07:27 PM   #2
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Re: 1967 Military Bronco

Need to donate that one to an old military guy like me. Ha, ha...

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Old 04/21/13, 08:06 PM   #3
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Need to donate that one to an old military guy like me. Ha, ha...
I will, for $7500... I would love to see it restored to military specs, it would look really good.

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Since there is none of the unique items shown in the photos, what documentation do you have that it is a military Bronco?

Does it have the ID plate on the dash?

IMO, since that is the feature that makes this one unique, you need to show any of those special items and any documentation you have on it.

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Hey Lane, is it a u15? Is the price you posted a delivered price including tax, prep, dock, and document fees?
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Hey Lane, is it a u15? Is the price you posted a delivered price including tax, prep, dock, and document fees?
I think that's delivered price! especially for you!
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Old 04/22/13, 07:05 PM   #7
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Since there is none of the unique items shown in the photos, what documentation do you have that it is a military Bronco?

Does it have the ID plate on the dash?

IMO, since that is the feature that makes this one unique, you need to show any of those special items and any documentation you have on it.
You are correct, I will try to clarify some stuff. It has the headlight protectors installed in the orginal holes. It has the four holes in both fenders welded up by a previous owner where the side mirrors mounted on military broncos.

It is missing the military dash plate, but has two stickers on the glove box with one reading about wearing seat belts and the other reading about the vehicle being under warranty as long it is in the 50 states.

It has a government DSO code, it is a U15, and I have a Marti report stating its destination.

I will try to get more photos tomorrow. Here is one with the headlight guards installed and a copy of the marti report.
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Hey Lane, is it a u15? Is the price you posted a delivered price including tax, prep, dock, and document fees?
Yes, it is a u15. I might work something out with you on the delivered price as i have a 200 six that your dad wants.

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I saw those headlight guards Saturday. Where did you get them? I need a pair for my '67 Military. Thanks

If you can't afford a good one, you REALLY can't afford a bad one.
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Very cool ride!! Do you have any pics of what it should look like if restored?

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There is a thread on here somewhere that shows pictures.

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Old 04/23/13, 09:14 PM   #12
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This is a sweet Bronco. I've seen it in person, and it's in great shape! If only we didn't have 5 other projects!

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Old 04/24/13, 03:36 AM   #13
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Is this it?

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That is it. I am not very good at searching old threads. It seems I can never find what I am looking for.

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This is a sweet Bronco. I've seen it in person, and it's in great shape! If only we didn't have 5 other projects!
thanks, I appreciate it.

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