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SOLD 1966 Bronco - Budd Body drivers floor panel rain gutter - 1st week build - $150 shipped.

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trailerjack

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I recently sold a first week build UI15FL733xxx Bronco that I was able to negotiate some of the '66 goodies off of before selling, as the buyer is going to build a high dollar bronco with a new body (which it needed since it had rolled over).

This is the "rain gutter" piece that was bolted to the driver's side floor pans on the early broncos. It is in original paint, only some really slight surface rust.

Condition wise it is nice, with a little bend in the middle where I think someone missed the breaks and stepped on the piece real hard.

Comes with the original bolts as well.

If you are wanting to be all original this may be for you.

$150 includes shipping.

Thanks!

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66broncofan

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I recently sold a first week build UI15FL733xxx Bronco that I was able to negotiate some of the '66 goodies off of before selling, as the buyer is going to build a high dollar bronco with a new body (which it needed since it had rolled over).

This is the "rain gutter" piece that was bolted to the driver's side floor pans on the early broncos. It is in original paint, only some really slight surface rust.

Condition wise it is nice, with a little bend in the middle where I think someone missed the breaks and stepped on the piece real hard.

Comes with the original bolts as well.

If you are wanting to be all original this may be for you.

Make an offer (including shipping).

Thanks!

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BajaBronco

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Hahah, I have one same color with hardware I mentioned on Facebook recently. Same bend too. I'm keeping mine forever tho.
 

Stockbroker5

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My 66 has the same thing. Was looking at it the other day wondering why it was there and not on the passenger side. Curious to see what its worth!
 
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Hahah, I have one same color with hardware I mentioned on Facebook recently. Same bend too. I'm keeping mine forever tho.
Funny.....factory bend? I have thought about keeping it since its a cool piece but it really needs to be on a proper restoration, and I don't have any more 66's :(
 

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I have two that who knows when I’ll get to because moved last summer and now moving again to Colorado next summer (military). I did get them to a shed I built in Pennsy for when I retire. Who knows when I’ll get to finish them, but don’t you worry, finish I will !!! I took that rain gutter rail off my one, and it was beat up pretty bad. Figured I’d fabricate something close because it didn’t look too intricate.


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