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Rattler's Post SuperCelebration Photos.

sprdv1

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Fabulous man....

Rattler had a few things that we got finished before the big show. Rattler had an apparent floor board fire at some point and the dash knobs were damaged, so the dash was refinished and the knobs and bezels replaced. The K bar S front axle truss was fitted and installed on the Dana 44. The floors and the tunnel was finished and floors were insulated.....
 

JGbronc

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Dennis. I especially love the glove box art. I bet a pro did that

Yes, a pro and his daughter. You might know them! ;D

I've told you several times already Dennis, but I love this Bronco. The KbarS theme is special. Something rarely seen these days, but I appreciate it a lot more than most builds.
 
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Thanks for all the compliments fellows! Rattler has been a fun one for sure! My daughter has been working on a little video essay of Rattler. When she's done, we will link it up!
 
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love the truck. are those fiberglass flares?

Yes. Those are Bronco Design Flares. I just wanted the welt for the retro look, but they fit great.. so good they don't need welt.
 
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Dennis. I especially love the glove box art. I bet a pro did that

Yes, a pro and his daughter. You might know them! ;D

I've told you several times already Dennis, but I love this Bronco. The KbarS theme is special. Something rarely seen these days, but I appreciate it a lot more than most builds.

Thanks Jimmy! This whole project was kinda against my tendencies, but I love the way it is.....unrestored...
 
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I will have to say its the most enjoyable one I own. (Probably the one that has had the hardest life too.)

We went for a nice long ride yesterday; Back to Ashland to carry Michael's vintage pictures back and then a ride across Cheaha Mountain and back through the country. The weather was perfect!!!
 

sprdv1

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It's that time of year for the great weather.. finally
 

kylakekevin

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Well I'm late to this party, but as all the others have said I love it and a lot of cool parts on it for sure! I would be beside my self if mine turns out half as good as Rattler! I made it home with more pics of parts off Rattler than any others this year. Dennis thanks for looking my rig over and giving me a few pointers!
 

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Thanks for all the compliments fellows! Rattler has been a fun one for sure! My daughter has been working on a little video essay of Rattler. When she's done, we will link it up!

Always enjoy seeing that Bronco....and now looking forward to the video!
 

Tugross302

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As a matter of fact Dennis I hate snakes. They don’t bother me too bad when I see them first. However, I know how much you are attached to Rattler and I would be too. So, just so you can spend more time with Rattler, I’d gladly take punkin off your hands and show her the love she deserves
 

West Tn Dawg

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One of my all time favorite builds. It brings back so many memories of my Dad running his old Broncos at the old mud pits!
Thanks for sharing, Mr Dennis!
 

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One of my all time favorite builds. It brings back so many memories of my Dad running his old Broncos at the old mud pits!
Thanks for sharing, Mr Dennis!

This made me think back just how popular mud bogg/bean field racing was around here in the 1970's.
 
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