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hthomas

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Why would you pull out the 300 and install a V8? The 300 is one of the most awesome engines to put in an EB if done correctly.

The only swap I would consider is back to stock for authenticity. If you don't care about authenticity, leave the 300 and enjoy driving it.

That answered my question. I would have to sat this is the first that I have seen with the 300 in it and I know the 300 is an awesome engine. I will probably stick with it and just correct their crappy work. Hopefully In the next couple of weeks I will get to tearing it down and getting it back up to par
 
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This is what it looks like.
 

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thegreatjustino

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I've seen two different Green paint codes listed on Marti Reports for the "Army" branch Broncos.
 

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The mounts you are talking about are what held the original fender mounted mirrors. Those are sought after pieces.

Grabbed a pic of yours from your gallery, and here is a pic of mine with the mirrors intact. Yours is one of the few I've seen that still had the lettering visible on the doors.

Cool rigs...
 
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