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YEAR: 1975
BUILDER: Steve Byars
WEB PAGE: Superford
FEATURES: Power windows & locks; remote keyless entry; tilt/cruise; interval wipers; rear defroster; sliding captain's chairs; 2000 Eddie Bauer paint; color-matched Rhino-Lined interior; shoulder belts; Optima; Bridgestone Dueler 32x11.50's; 1988 5.0L EFI truck engine with Crown Vic intake; AOD with Mustang valving and Advance Adapter; original Dana 20 t-case; Herculined frame; all new weatherstripping; almost everything (including axles and oil pan) was sandblasted and rebuilt. More pics with notes on the buildup can be seen at Superford My nickname there is "steve".

YEAR: 1966
OWNER: Jason
FEATURES: I bought this rust free 66` in november of 99` and since then the only remaining parts are:the frame and body,original STROPPE flow through ventilation sysem,transfer case(love that extra low gearing found on the 6cyl models),and the rear seat.since then i have added:soft top,powder coated 8 point cage,linex sprayed tub,powder coated protofab front winch and rear tire mount bumper(just received front no pics yet!),piaa pro 80xltlights,warn winch,recaro seats & 5 point harnesses,wild horses 3.5" coils with duff hoops,5-33"bfg`s on 15x10"alum rims,rebuilt 77`d44 front with detroit locker and 4.09`s and warn prem.hubs,rebuilt 77` rear with nodular carrier,detroitlocker,4.11`s,31 spline currie axles big brakes and bearings,rebuilt auto tranny with hurst floor mount shifter and shift kit,all new power disc brakes,a 77` power steering setup with column and pedals,performance unlimited heim jointed steering linkage to replace the inverted Y,new centech wire harness,alpine radar sensing alarm system,alpine cd player,rockford fosgate amps and speakers,rebuilt 302 with 88` 5.0 mustang gt heads ported with match port to edelbrock intake and carb,and a 100h.p. shot of nitrous!,msd dist.,coil,and 6a,duff ceramic coated headers routed to flowmaster exhaust,alum water pump with 4 core desert cooler radiator with fan guard,autometer guages(tach,oil psi,h2o,volt) under powder coated dash with chromed out speedo,glove box door and ash tray,23 gal.rear tank,9 gal aux tank,holley elect.fuel pump,optima battery,this 66` has never seen rust!future plans call for:fiber glass hood with scoop,5.5in W.H.coils,5.5 in national 12 pack leafs,extended radius arms,custom drive shafts,chromolly front axle shafts,dual batteries,stroked 351 EFI winsor,edelbrock alum.heads,atlas t-case,custom paint and all new rubber.ALL WORK HAS BEEN DONE BY ME!

YEAR: 1969
OWNER: Andrew Blazer
LOCATION: Whitefish, Montana
FEATURES: High output 302 with all Edelbrock goodies and MSD. 3 1/2 lift too many extras to list.

YEAR: 1977
OWNER: Gregory Horn
LOCATION: Gainesville, FL
FEATURES: Supercharged 302 with '69 cast ported 351 heads, crane .472 218/228 cam, modified Holley 600 for boost, Edelbrock intake, Centerforce 3 clutch, T&C 4-speed, serpintine belt, p/s, Powermaster brake system...front disc, 3.70/3.73 geared Detroit lockers, beefed axels and u-joints, steel body, Duraliner sprayed all interior-fenderwells-and engine bay, Jacobs electronics, custom rollbar, custom mahogony dash and trim pieces, pulse wipers, Beard seats with A/C ducts blowing up from underneath, twin stick Dana 20, X-braced and reinforced frame, battery under passenger floor, Imron gloss black, soon to have blue Ghost flames on the front, Mercedes material Bimini top, (Hard top and doors still fit), In the works are a fuel injected 351 windsor with a Dodge NV4500 using Advance Adapters hardware (should be better off=road,with better fuel mileage)...a better daily driver... but not quite as much YA-Hoo factor. Like to hear from other enthusiests about their pride or ride. JAMMER

YEAR: 1972
FEATURES: 289 motor, 270 over cam, heads, headers, flowmaster exhaust, camo clad, orginial 3 speed. Currently for sale. Email above for more info.

YEAR: 1969
OWNER: Tom Petrone
LOCATION: El Dorado Hills, CA
FEATURES: 1969 Bronco, H.O. 302 ci fuel injected, C4, Dana20, Dana 44 disk brake front, large bearing Ford 9" rear, 8 shocks, Frame off restoration, most parts new. Corvette bucket seats with custom mounts. Allows original style folding for rear access. Tons of subtle modifications. A work in progress...

YEAR: 1967
LOCATION: East Tennessee
FEATURES: 1967 Bronco with 289 V-8, no modifications other than cut fenders. Likes muddy forest trails, lake bottoms in winter, and rocky strip mine areas.

YEAR: 71 & 73
OWNER: Kirk Rodabaugh
LOCATION: Rawlins , Wyoming
FEATURES: The 71 was built from the ground up by my brother Doug (1960-1987)it took two years to get it back.The two 73's are the same one Yellow before a wreck and white after.

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