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Old 02/11/20, 03:34 PM   #1
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I finally got some motivation to finish this one. It will be wife's ride when I'm done.




Some of you may remember the bad deal I got with a crooked bodyshop owner.

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Old 02/11/20, 03:35 PM   #2
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Something up with your link Mad

1971 U15 302/np435/twin sticks
1966 U14 Born 9/65'
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Old 02/11/20, 03:42 PM   #3
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Something up with your link Mad
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No photo of the famous bottle opener?

'When my Bronco is finished' is only a hypothetical statement.
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pic edit...........it was a mess................


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This is how I got it back from that crooked shop owner...


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Many of you may remember it as this.. One of my fishing rigs..




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I remember the Bronco from the old pics. You used the ladder to get to your favorite fishing spots. That guy did you no favors but it looks like you've got it going in the right direction now.
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Medium Emerald (W). One of my 77s is the same color (was). I think it's a 77 only color as well.

1977 - Ford Magnetic Paint, 351w, AX-15, Duffs Street 4-Link, Hydro PDB, PS, LUBR
1977 - Ford Wimbledon White (M) Paint, Coyote, 4R70W, Hydro PDB, TDK Frame
1969 - Gobi Paint, Sniper 306, AT, PDB, PS, LUBR
1971 - Boxwood Green, Sniper 351C, WR Top Loader, PDB, PS
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Lovin' that green...
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