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Old 10/08/19, 08:22 AM   #1
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Price: ??

Added a few photos

Just noticed I didn't get a good photo of the rear seat from the front. It's stock ginger hounds tooth and it's in great shape except for the top edges you can see in the photo.

Trying to be totally upfront to save my time and yours in my opinion these are the only things that need attention.

Install front door panels and rear interior panels

Gas gauge works intermittently, test good when testing the wiring. Replaced rear and front sender and still not working all the time. I have a new switch if that's what it needs. Lost interest in fixing it. Every other switch and light works

Oil pan gasket weeps a little. Doesn't drip. I have the gasket, lost interest in fixing it.
Exhaust pipe metal is fine, mufflers themselves have some small holes. Really can't notice it, but I can.


1975 Ranger

About as rust free as one can be without nut/bolt frame off restore

It was in pretty good shape when I got it.

I wanted a bone stock Bronco just like it came from the factory and that’s what it is. Except for lift and tires. Wind still whistles thru in places.

I haven't done anything under the hood or to the running gear. Motor and running gear are in good shape.

Rears were cut when I got it. Replaced rear ’s

WH 2 suspension lift (and all that entails). Everything that was recommended by Paul B. was purchased and installed.

302, auto, ‘70s dealer installed A/C

New carburetor

Front disks added

Paint was faded/repainted original Viking Red

New interior except for front seat covers (rear is still original)

Interior door panels and interior rear panels are needed but I have everything but the panels themselves.

All new bushings in body and suspension

New weather seals everywhere

New 31X10.50 BFG KO’s on stock wheels, with spare

New front floor pans no rust on rear pan

Any other body panels that were rusted were replaced

New chrome trim all around, door mirrors are stock. Drivers side is good, passenger side is not so good, I think you can tell from the pictures.

New headliner

Lots of odds and ends hardware and plastic parts were replaced

Happy to answer any questions

Thanks
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Old 10/08/19, 08:52 AM   #2
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Probably $35k. I see the listing prices but without knowing sell price it’s difficult to know true value. Good looking bronco!

Always looking for the next project.
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Old 10/08/19, 06:22 PM   #3
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Really nice looking truck! GLWTS
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Old 10/08/19, 10:00 PM   #4
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Great looking Bronco. That should sale fast at that price.
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Old 10/12/19, 11:36 AM   #5
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Steve, sent you a PM
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Old 10/12/19, 04:57 PM   #6
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Good evening Steve

Interested, PM sent. Thanks

A Tarheel State of Mind. 76 Glen Green uncut, 302, C4, ps.
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Old 10/12/19, 05:14 PM   #7
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Also interested

Sent pm, email. Thanks!

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Old 10/14/19, 07:17 AM   #8
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Working thru Pms now.
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Old 10/14/19, 09:30 AM   #9
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Thanks for all the interest. It's been a little overwhelming.

I'm working thru a few phone calls now.

I'm not accepting any more PMs at this time. If nothing comes thru with the interested parties I'll post up again.

thanks again
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Old 10/27/19, 09:05 AM   #10
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Steve - Id love to hear an update. If you’ve sold it, congrats. If people are wanting it and have not paid yet, move down the line. I’ve got cash and a trailer.

1973 Hot Ginger Ranger, original paint, 302, Auto, PS, PDB
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Old 10/27/19, 10:58 AM   #11
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I was told by Steve through email his Bronco has been sold.

I was ready to purchase as well.

1976 - Ford Magnetic Paint, 351w, Sniper With Hyperspark, AX-15, Hydro PDB, PS, LUBR and Special Decor
1977 - Ford Ingot Silver Paint, Coyote, 4R70W, Hydro PDB
1969 - Gobi Paint, FiTech 306, AT, PDB, PS, LUBR
1971 - Boxwood Green, 351C, MT, PDB, PS
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Old 10/27/19, 11:10 AM   #12
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I probably should have posted this earlier but didn't want to step on Steve's thread and really haven't checked it for an update til now . I was fortunate enough to add his bronc to our small remuda

Steve is a great guy, honest seller and a class act all the way around.
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Old 10/27/19, 11:29 AM   #13
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Thank you both for the reply. Nice rig, by all appearances very reasonably priced. Hope you enjoy it for years!

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Old 10/27/19, 11:45 AM   #14
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Thanks!

It is a nice rig. Steve did a great job on it.

Its scheduled for some upgrades but I want to keep it as stock in appearance as possible.

I'll give an update as it progresses
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Old 10/27/19, 12:46 PM   #15
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Had to look up "remuda "

Good word!

And congrats.

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