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Old 02/09/21, 04:42 AM   #1
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Want to BUY a '66 or '68 U14 in stock condition
City: Graham
Budget: 25k

I am looking to - BUY - a 66' to 68'- U14 in stock condition and uncut, something that has not been just restored and painted that I would be scared to get it scratched up while driving it around. Would love for it to be a ( J code ) Rangoon Red or ( B code ) Caribbean Turquoise color. Don`t really want a rust bucket either, Send me pictures and Infor on what you have to my number 336-516-6573. My budget depends on how original and the condition it`s in. Show me what you have ? Thanks
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Old 02/14/21, 11:40 AM   #2
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Original owner of a 1966 Ford Bronco maintained as able to keep it. This is a rare breed, came with Mustang pony series upholstery, back seat is original. 104,000 miles, 289 rebuilt, blueprinted and balanced when hard seats became necessary due to no lead in gas. Added power disc brakes, front and rear, changed exhaust system BC Bronco ceramic ss headers and magnaflux muffler.
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[QUOTE=roberttid;3354750]Original owner of a 1966 Ford Bronco maintained as able to keep it. This is a rare breed, came with Mustang pony series upholstery, back seat is original. 104,000 miles, 289 rebuilt, blueprinted and balanced when hard seats became necessary due to no lead in gas. Added power disc brakes, front and rear, changed exhaust system BC Bronco ceramic ss headers and magnaflux muffler.

I don`t understanding what you are telling me here, Are you telling me what you have to drive or what you have for sale ? If you are selling it could you send me pictures and price to my number 336-516-6573, Thanks

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Old 03/06/21, 05:58 AM   #4
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Ended up finding this nice '68 - U14, Didn`t want one as nice of paint as this one but I couldn't pass up on the deal. Thanks to everyone for your help
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Old 03/06/21, 12:15 PM   #5
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Ended up finding this nice '68 - U14, Didn`t want one as nice of paint as this one but I couldn't pass up on the deal. Thanks to everyone for your help
That's sharp and my favorite color too!
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Old 03/07/21, 08:04 AM   #6
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Looks great! Did you find it through the ad on this site?

Storm'n Norm'n Started with a red '77 (SOLD)

Now a Sahara Beidge '66, 5.0EFI, 5 speed, twin stick, stealth winch, etc

And a camo '74, 302, auto (SOLD)
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Very nice wish my 71 half cab looked that good and the wife likes it too nice find
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Looks great! Did you find it through the ad on this site?
I guess you could say I did but not on this section. I looked on the for sale section here and this person has this listing here : Other Ford Broncos across Facebook Marketplace ( ampitupco ) and look on it and they have Bronco`s all over the country for sale. Ebay, Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace, classic car trader, auctions and on and on. I kept looking each day and this one here pop up one day.
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I gotta ask, custom tailgate? I certainly like the way it looks.

1967 U15, Honey Bunnes, 351w, C4, 4.56 traklok, 2 1/2SL, GM p/s conversion, disc brakes. Four Wheeler tech truck, Baja prerunner(1973), Bill Stroppe built drivetrain.
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I gotta ask, custom tailgate? I certainly like the way it looks.
The gentleman that I bought it from said back in the mid 90`s they were backing up and knock a hole in the old tailgate and he found this skin from LMC truck and had it installed in the tailgate. Here is a picture of what he bought.
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Thanks, I think it looks better.

1967 U15, Honey Bunnes, 351w, C4, 4.56 traklok, 2 1/2SL, GM p/s conversion, disc brakes. Four Wheeler tech truck, Baja prerunner(1973), Bill Stroppe built drivetrain.
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Man, I love that tailgate.

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Original owner of a 1966 Ford Bronco maintained as able to keep it. This is a rare breed, came with Mustang pony series upholstery, back seat is original. 104,000 miles, 289 rebuilt, blueprinted and balanced when hard seats became necessary due to no lead in gas. Added power disc brakes, front and rear, changed exhaust system BC Bronco ceramic ss headers and magnaflux muffler.

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