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Old 06/17/12, 06:11 PM   #31
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Frame is pretty much done...

still need front Bilstein's, re-build/powder coat/paint axles and steering, rear disks and maybe sway bars.
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Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

And for the '69 beater click here

'66 U13 needs to be finished and still kinda mine project.

Ugliest ever '66 U13 project.
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Old 06/17/12, 06:15 PM   #32
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Old friends re-united...

BODY, meet FRAME. Did you guys miss each other?

Body is painted, underside inner fenders and interior floor color matched Raptor lined.

Sorry about the crappy cell pics... all I have right now.
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Last edited by MyOriginal66; 06/18/12 at 10:29 AM..

Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

And for the '69 beater click here

'66 U13 needs to be finished and still kinda mine project.

Ugliest ever '66 U13 project.
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Old 06/17/12, 06:32 PM   #33
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Looking great!

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Old 06/17/12, 08:58 PM   #34
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Looking great!
Thanks. It's been 3 years of fantasizing, 1 year of planning and so far 6 weeks of execution. The fun will begin when I bring it home and start assembly. It still has a long way to go...

Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

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Old 06/17/12, 09:01 PM   #35
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Looking really good! Can't wait to see the progess!

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Old 06/18/12, 10:20 AM   #36
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Looking really good! Can't wait to see the progess!
Thanks! It's getting exciting...

Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

And for the '69 beater click here

'66 U13 needs to be finished and still kinda mine project.

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Old 06/22/12, 09:02 PM   #37
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I remember that bronco!
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Old 06/22/12, 09:30 PM   #38
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I remember that bronco!
HAHAHAHA!!!

That was a fun day! Thanks again for all your help getting the body off the frame... Have you been by to check it out?

Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

And for the '69 beater click here

'66 U13 needs to be finished and still kinda mine project.

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Old 07/05/12, 04:53 PM   #39
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How much raptor did it require to coat underneath and inside the tub? Also did you go up the firewall with it? hard to tell in the pics. Looks great by the way!
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Old 07/05/12, 07:11 PM   #40
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I know it's a not a Bronco, but I also included a shot of my buddies frame off GN... Talk about FAST!!!
Sweet Grand National....fastest car I ever ridden in!

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Old 07/08/12, 10:44 AM   #41
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Frame is pretty much done...

still need front Bilstein's, re-build/powder coat/paint axles and steering, rear disks and maybe sway bars.
Who's steering linkage are you using there?
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Old 07/10/12, 11:40 AM   #42
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How much raptor did it require to coat underneath and inside the tub? Also did you go up the firewall with it? hard to tell in the pics. Looks great by the way!
He used two kits... I did the underside and lower portion of the firewall in raptor. The upper portion (the section you can see when the hoods up) is paint.

Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

And for the '69 beater click here

'66 U13 needs to be finished and still kinda mine project.

Ugliest ever '66 U13 project.
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Old 07/11/12, 11:26 AM   #43
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Who's steering linkage are you using there?
It's the BC Broncos...

Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

And for the '69 beater click here

'66 U13 needs to be finished and still kinda mine project.

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Old 07/30/12, 04:01 PM   #44
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Great job! You're definitely doing it right. Very nice!

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Old 08/05/12, 10:25 AM   #45
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Got her home...

After a couple months, the '71 is back home. Mark has done a great job on the paint. It's still needs a final color sand/blocking/polishing to get the panels perfect, but it has a really nice deep reflective shine. Now begins the fun, reassembly...

I spent months collecting parts and now they're all depleted, so back to ordering stuff up Here's a short list of what needs to be done. There's obviously more than listed here, but these are the majors. I have a loooooong way to go. My goal is FFF 2013.

- Powder coat, paint or plate (nickel, cadmium, zinc depending on part) all the interior hard parts (pedals, twin sticks, interior tailgate/door parts, etc)

- Send gauge cluster off for refurbishing

- Clean/refurbish stock dash bezels/switches

- Dynamat/insulate floors, under dash, inside of doors, inside of quarter panels

- Wiring, which I'll do myself (I plan on giving the American Auto-wire harness from JBG a shot). I'm also adding keyless/remote-less entry, push button start, power locks, power windows, satellite tracking, Tom's (Huess33) HID projector headlights and a 1500watt sound system! WHEW!!!

- Install and tune my Projection III fuel injection (thanks Nick [Nick's Trix])

- Finish/detail engine compartment

- Remove, re-build and powder-coat/paint/detail axles

- Buy front 7100's

- Have bumpers chromed

- Install all exterior sport trim, taillights, handles, etc. after final color sanding

- Upholstery/carpet

Wish me luck!!!
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Click here for my '71 LUBR build
It's not a daily driver, but built to be driven daily... anywhere!

And for the '69 beater click here

'66 U13 needs to be finished and still kinda mine project.

Ugliest ever '66 U13 project.
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