'O' to be the first.

Anthony_bronco
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Unread post by Anthony_bronco » November 21st, 2009, 11:34 pm

nice bronco i kno the hell u guys went through lol im doin a complete restoration aswell except i got a different shell cause my old one had about 20 litres of bog in it and was tottally screwed check mine out in the restoration section

Rudedogii
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Unread post by Rudedogii » September 13th, 2010, 11:35 am

Hello from the States! I didnt know you have Broncos in Australia. I am a member of Fullsizebronco.com here in the States. They have alot of great Bronco info.
Do you have any early Broncos in Australia?
Also I just posted a video titled "Chevy Recovery".

SamT78
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Re: 'O' to be the first.

Unread post by SamT78 » December 8th, 2011, 2:54 am

I've always loved those Ford Broncos. It's a pity we don't see more of them!

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Re: 'O' to be the first.

Unread post by puplux » April 15th, 2012, 1:33 am

Love the Broncos you still got this rig , was expecting more on here , twice as cheap as a cruiser coils v8 what more could ya want
get out there and get dirty!!!!!!!!!!!!!

StolleMan
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Re: 'O' to be the first.

Unread post by StolleMan » April 15th, 2012, 10:57 am

puplux wrote:Love the Broncos you still got this rig , was expecting more on here , twice as cheap as a cruiser coils v8 what more could ya want
Live axle front? Rear coils? Fuel economy? (BTW I own a 1986 Bronco and love it to bits!)

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Re: 'O' to be the first.

Unread post by jnr78 » February 13th, 2013, 6:24 pm

hey guys how are you all im from brissy and i have just purchased my 1st Bronco
its an 84 XLT 351 c6 stocker
i will be looking into a 2" lift and some 33" tyres
car its self looks neat as its been resrayed but i can see some body work ahead of me
i will post up some pics shortly

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