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Old 09/14/19, 04:05 AM   #1
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1970 Coyote Bronco Build Project with new LAL Tub
City: Williamsburg
Price: $50,000

Open to reasonable offers and trades. This is a turnkey build. Everything was done neatly and correctly. I have an immaculate 1970 frame, with an LAL Customs completelt finished tub. It's been worked and ready for paint. This is Lous full tub package. The entire thing is seam sealed, and epoxy primed and completely lined on the inside, bottom, and engine and inner clips. Also, the wheel wells were narrowed for the motor and are removable for access to the motor in the future. I have a fiberglass hood on it with hood struts. I have Ruby Red Metallic 3 stage paint for it if you want it. Its sitting on brand new BFG KO2s. It has a 2013 Boss 302(444 HP), Coyote(Roadrunner motor, 6R80 trans, with a PBH harness and PCM. I did a stealth install on it so its tucked under the fender. I've installed the fuel lines as well as the transmission cooler. Also, it has BCB stainless ceramic coated headers, magnaflow exhaust. BCB fuel tank and fuel pump is installed as well and 4:10 gears. This is a perfect setup. It needs paint, brakes, steering and a wiring harness... and then interior. Offers accepted. I will consider trades as well. This is my dream build but we are moving oconus and cant take a project car with us. I have no options for long term storage. This tub was $22k, the frame was Jeff Gordon's dad's, the motor and trans were pulled from vehicles with less than 10k miles. They're in awesome condition. The transmission looks brand new. If you've been wanting a coyote build but aren't sure what to do...this is your build. All of the pain in the ass stuff has been taken care of.

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Brakes, roll cage, steering(box included with vehicle), deive shaft, radiator, standard wiring harness, lights, painted(comes with rubbed metallic 3 stage standox paint and clearcoat), interior and top. I'm asking much less than I have
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Last edited by ultrarunner7; 09/30/19 at 05:25 AM.. Reason: Price change

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Old 09/26/19, 03:41 PM   #2
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Price lowered to $45k. With about $25k more invested, this will be $100k plus Bronco ladies and gents.

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Old 09/30/19, 05:12 AM   #3
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Pictures up gents. Blast me any questions.

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Old 09/30/19, 03:22 PM   #4
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Finish it and sell it, you won’t love near as much money.

Looks great by the way.

Always looking for the next project.
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Old 10/01/19, 12:02 PM   #5
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Beautiful build. I would strongly recommend armoring the wire bundle and computer in that wheel well area.

I also agree finish it to derivable before selling, even if unpainted. Even if it takes $10,000 to make it drive able, you have a driver and will lose less than the $10k to make drive able in the sale.

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Old 10/12/19, 03:27 PM   #6
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I'm moving outside the US and dont have a long term storage solution.
Also, I have thr BC Broncos fender guards to protect the PCM gents. I've got it.

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Old 10/13/19, 12:48 PM   #7
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What is the location?
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Old 10/13/19, 04:26 PM   #8
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Long term storage option is easy. I don't get this as being an issue to unload such a project. I kept my junky 73 Bronco in a 10x15 rental unit for $190/month for 2 years while I didn't have a garage. Every town and city has a rental place with drive up garages. Most probably cost less but my area is expensive.

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Old 10/14/19, 08:36 PM   #9
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Ok. 5 yrs? Lol. I need more Bronco friend life coaches.

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Old 10/15/19, 08:20 AM   #10
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Ok. 5 yrs? Lol. I need more Bronco friend life coaches.
not to mention the cost to insure a $50k Bronco in a storage facility...in a different country than the owner....that is, IF anyone would insure it

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Old 10/15/19, 02:15 PM   #11
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Sale pending

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Old 10/15/19, 06:08 PM   #12
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not to mention the cost to insure a $50k Bronco in a storage facility...in a different country than the owner....that is, IF anyone would insure it
Yeah, 5 years is a bit much. I figured it was a standard OCONUS tour in the military of 1-3 years, so storage made sense. I spent years overseas in the military and my Bronco was in a storage shed and was fine. As far as insurance, I doubt very much it is currently insured for $50k as an unfinished project sitting in his garage, so I don't really see the issue there. I retract my advice, though.

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Old 10/16/19, 05:19 AM   #13
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I agree to getting it driving first. But that thing is light years away from that

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I agree to getting it driving first. But that thing is light years away from that
Lol. Such optimist.

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Old 10/18/19, 05:08 AM   #15
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Haha I only say that because I remember when my coyote build was in that stage. GLWS

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