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New Guy here

Gahendo

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May 14, 2015
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Hello

My name is Bill and I just picked up a 69 bronco a couple weeks ago. My dad and I are pulling apart to put in the lift and repaint the body. Found this site and have been pouring over it trying to learn as much as I can.
 

Glass Pony

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Bronco Guru
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Feb 13, 2012
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Welcome to the addiction!
Lots of great info on this site. My Bronco is a lot better (and my wallet lighter) than it would have been without this site.
 

tvall

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Apr 22, 2014
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Welcome aboard! I'm new too and this board, with all the amazing experience and knowledge, is incredible. People on here won't steer you wrong.
 

patterdale

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May 24, 2010
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Hello

My name is Bill and I just picked up a 69 bronco a couple weeks ago. My dad and I are pulling apart to put in the lift and repaint the body. Found this site and have been pouring over it trying to learn as much as I can.

Welcome. Your opening would be more accurate if it read," My name is Bill and I have a Bronco problem". This is a place where addiction is encouraged. Take baby steps so you don't get burned out.
 

sprdv1

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Mar 8, 2007
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Welcome aboard Bill, Great to have you with us.

We love Pics ;)
 
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Gahendo

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Thanks for the welcome guys.
Here are a couple pics of the bronco
 

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DirtDonk

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Nov 3, 2003
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47,893
Cool deal. Looks like you'll have to be one of those that lists their VIN or especially the month it was built if you know it. You've got the early reflectors, and electric side-marker lights were part of the '69 changeover process, along with vacuum to electric wipers and a few other things.

I think there's a thread here somewhere discussing that, but if not, let's start one.
If you don't mind posting your VIN in a public forum (tons of us do it actually) let us know what it is.

Thanks. And another welcome from here.

Paul
 

mjramacher

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Joined
Jul 29, 2012
Messages
301
Welcome, get ready for a fun and expensive bronco roller coaster you and you dad will love every minute of it.take lots of pics to show all of us.
 

jmangi62

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Joined
Jul 28, 2013
Messages
2,469
Welcome aboard, and it's nice to see the newbies becoming contributors,it helps support the site, you'll find everything you need to build you're rig here :cool:
 
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Gahendo

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Joined
May 14, 2015
Messages
41
Cool deal. Looks like you'll have to be one of those that lists their VIN or especially the month it was built if you know it. You've got the early reflectors, and electric side-marker lights were part of the '69 changeover process, along with vacuum to electric wipers and a few other things.

I think there's a thread here somewhere discussing that, but if not, let's start one.
If you don't mind posting your VIN in a public forum (tons of us do it actually) let us know what it is.

Thanks. And another welcome from here.

Paul

Thats pretty interesting ill post up the vin soon. I was thinking of getting a marti report just to get more information on it. I still need to get the vin verified so i can register it in California. Didnt think about that when we pulled the body off..lol
 
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