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Old 06/18/12, 06:54 AM   #16
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thanks for this info. I have one of these U15 army broncos! frame is stamped 66, body is 67. no ID plate left unfortunately...
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Old 06/18/12, 03:49 PM   #17
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My bronco is the same. I have the tub VIN plate and the Military Data plate for the 1967 U15 Military Bronco but my frame is stamped as a 1966 U13
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Old 06/19/12, 11:30 AM   #18
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lucky you with a u13!
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Old 10/14/12, 09:50 AM   #19
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Great thread I have a 67 Army U15. The information you gave is helpful but I want some clarification on the paint. Mine and the other one listed in the Marti Report both list the paint as "Special Paint, Ford #MX7041072 Green, and MX7041195 GREEN." Were all Military Broncos Green, and then painted their respective colors for the other branches of the military? Here's some pictures that I have in my 67 file.
Do you think the older pictures I posted from, I presume, West Point are of the same Bronco only now restored??? Interesting!
As you guys are probably aware from the Bronco Driver Magazine issue with this Bronco on the cover, It is from The Citadel Military College in Charleston, SC. I was able to see this U13 driven at a parade on campus last year.

How did Marti Report pull information for your 67 Bronco? I was under the impression that they couldn't produce records going back that far.
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Old 02/14/13, 07:57 PM   #20
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I have a Marti on my '67 military. They aren't available on '66's only.

If you can't afford a good one, you REALLY can't afford a bad one.
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Old 03/22/13, 09:23 PM   #21
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Hey, does anyone know how to find one of those original military mirrors? Anyone know what other models ford used at the time?
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Old 08/28/13, 12:57 PM   #22
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I have a 66 U14 half cab that has rounded rear quarters in the back that has a factory lip, I do believe this is factory. Do you have any info on this or what it could have been used for?
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Old 08/28/13, 03:54 PM   #23
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These are the photos of it








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Old 02/16/14, 01:57 PM   #24
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In 1970, I was stationed at 9th Maint. Bn. at Idar-Oberstein in Germany.
We had a pair 67 Broncos. As the Commander's driver, I had the better of the pair.
It sure beat an M-151 jeep. This one had a 57 Ford radio under the dash.
It was great listening to AFN. It had a olive green finish like an Army sedan.
Did any survive? Any members own one?
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Old 12/15/14, 11:16 PM   #25
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Cool 1967 Military Bronco for Trade

Hello, If it interests anyone I just traded into this 1967 bronco (military issue). Just wanted to see what your thoughts are on this one? May be willing to trade for the right item. Located in Dripping Springs Texas. Here are some details at link below
http://www.buyop.com/49098/index.htm
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Old 08/05/15, 06:39 PM   #26
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Any news on the military broncos?? I'm going through an extensive restoration right now and as best I can tell, mine is one of only a handful of Documented original Navy Broncos. I'm tracing it's lineage back to it's original base. Feel free to email me fajr22@yahoo.com or call 207-664-8699
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Old 09/20/15, 01:37 PM   #27
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Army bronco

Thank you for the research, I have a bronco that was requisitioned from Fort Lewis Washington Army Base by the Morrow County Sherrifs Office on 2-18-1975. It does not have the government tag but there are 4 screw holes in the factory dash. I was wondering if anyone had close pictures of the headlight guards or any other specific military only options as i would like to keep this close to original. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Old 09/20/15, 02:18 PM   #28
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Welcome. Here's some headlight covers.


1971 U15 302/np435/twin sticks
1966 U14 Born 9/65'
1966 U15 Born 10/65'
1966 U14 Born 9/65'- SOLD
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Old 11/03/15, 10:34 PM   #29
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Where did you get that Black Whitco looking top????

If you can't afford a good one, you REALLY can't afford a bad one.
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Old 11/04/15, 05:58 AM   #30
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Where did you get that Black Whitco looking top????
It's not mine, that's an older gentleman's bronco in AR. A friend of mine saw it and visited with him and took a couple of pics and sent them to me.

1971 U15 302/np435/twin sticks
1966 U14 Born 9/65'
1966 U15 Born 10/65'
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