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"LITTLE BRO"
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Garage
Vehicle Name "LITTLE BRO"
Year 1966
Make Ford
Model Bronco
Color green over original springtime yellow
Style (U13, U14, U15) U13 VIN U13FL751049
1966 Ford Bronco
1966 Ford Bronco 1966 Ford Bronco
Brief Description (optional) September 65 Budd build.
Engine & Drivetrain
1966 Ford Bronco Engine & Drivetrain
170 3 speed

Suspension
all original

Wheels & Tires
not shown with original wheels and hubcaps, but I have them.

Exterior
all original, but has a color change

Interior
1966 Ford Bronco Interior 1966 Ford Bronco Interior
original

Other Notes
This was bought on 1-09-2019 in North Georgia. The VIN is one digit after my 1966 Budd body U14 I bought 3 years ago. I am the 3rd owner of each and both the second owners owned them for over 40 years. When I bought it I didn't realize that it rolled off the assembly line after my Half Cab. It was painted green when the second owner had it to take hunting. It will soon be undergoing a restoration and a repaint.
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