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My 3rd Bronco
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Vehicle Name My 3rd Bronco
Year 1973
Make Ford
Model Bronco
Color Forest Green and Black
Style (U13, U14, U15) U15
1973 Ford Bronco
Brief Description (optional) 1973 base model Bronco.
Engine & Drivetrain
302, 3 speed on the tree. Holly intake and 4 barrel carb, mild RV cam and headers.

1973 Ford Bronco Suspension

Wheels & Tires
31" x 10" on Wagon Wheels.

1973 Ford Bronco Exterior
New paint, Black over Forest Green and fender flairs done by previous owner.

Stock vinyl seats with vinyl floor covering. The only non stock item was the Blue Bird school bus rear seat.

Other Notes
1973 Ford Bronco Other Notes
I purchased this Bronco as a graduation gift from collage to myself. The Bronco had just been gone completely through (frame on) by the previous owner. As luck would have it, I only had this Bronco for a little over a month. On Halloween night (a Saturday evening) I had to work some overtime. When I got to work I was approched by a couple gentalmen who had followed me into the parking lot. They had seen the Bronco and it was just what the one guy was looking for and he would like to make me an offer. Of coarse I wasn't interested in selling it, so I offered it to him for a redicules high price. An to my surprize he said I'll take it. Pretty hard to turn down a $3500 profit. So the next day we meet at my place and he showed up with cash in hand.
It was a very sound and good running rid. He was going to use it as his hunting and fishing rig out in western Nebraska.
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