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Articles in the 'Body' Category

Clean Windsheild Braces to Roll Cage

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

Tech Article by Ted Howard (Tedster100) As I worked on my build I have realized that bracing the windshield to the roll cage is a great idea.  It offers support to the windshield when the top is off and keeps the angle of the windshield correct so the soft top fits snug without pulling the […]

3 Arm Wiper Set Up Below the Windshield Frame

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Tech article by Chris (taipeichris) I’ve owned my 66 Bronco since August 2004 and my wipers never did a good job. I live in Los Angeles it really doesn’t rain much but almost every morning the entire car is covered in dew, often covering both the inside and outside of the windshield. After researching all […]

License Plate Restoration

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

Tech article by Jacob Schreiber (Schreiber) Although ClassicBroncos.com covers almost every Bronco project imaginable, one I’ve never seen is a write-up on restoring original license plates. This is an easy project. I took some pictures while refinishing mine, so why not share? I found my tag at a local antique shop for $10. I was […]

Early Bronco Driver Side Kick Panel

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

Tech article by BroncoWanted WARNING: I claim no responsibility for kick panels made using this tech article that do not fit properly.  As with any 30+ year old vehicle the craftsmanship and original construction varies from vehicle to vehicle.  Please be aware of this and make the necessary measurements for your particular Bronco.

Aero Fuel Door Install

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Tech article by John Edgecomb (edge4) The use of racing “billet” fuel doors has become a popular upgrade to both street and off-road vehicles. There are two versions of the billet fuel door available for the Early Bronco. The first is a large billet “door” that covers a recessed stock fuel cap. A great tech […]

The “Alice” Turn Signal Lens Modification

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Tech article by Todd Z. (toddz69) They’re bulbous, ugly, protruding pieces. They look out of place, like they don’t fit, as if they were some designer’s afterthought. They’re often cracked, broken, or missing. Their gaskets are usually cracked, petrified, shrunken shadows of their original selves – offering no protection from the elements and certainly not […]

Fasttrac Soft Top Install

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Tech article by palm428 Installing of a Fasttrac soft top on my 1970 Bronco was quick and looked and fit real nice .The guys at STC showed how easy it is to install. The install took about 3.5 hours. They said that some times it my take longer if the windshield needs adjustment and the […]

Body Mount Repair

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Tech article by smokeater11 Many of us who have done a frame off restoration have discovered after removing our body mounts and the tub that the surface on the frame where the body mount sits is rotted away. The metal has gotten scaly and chipped away or the whole surface is gone. There is an […]

Original Body Bushing Removal

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Tech article by Waylon (blackjack) There are a couple of ways to get these old body bushings out of the frame. Remember you may have to use a combination of methods that I will be writing about to remove the original bushings. If you can, soak the bushings and the bolt as best you can […]

Isuzu Trooper Antennae

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Tech article by Jason Bauer (SACHEM) I’ve never liked the stock antennae on our beloved Classic Broncos. They are prone to breakage from trees while wheeling and expensive to replace if you can find one. When I had new fenders put on my Bronco I opted not to have a new antennae hole cut in […]