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TK1215

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I gotta say I have always loved the first generation Bronco. It doesn’t matter if it is an immaculately restored, one with original patina, a highly modified, or somewhere in between. These Gen 1 are for me the Gold standard for all the rest. Not trying to take anything away from the subsequent models and generations. Love them all but these hit the spot!
 

TK1215

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Jan 1, 2021
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Maricopa, AZ
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Tim
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Kiely
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I have done offroading in International Scout II, a 78 Bronco, a 79 Land Cruiser, a 78 Blazer and my 89 Jeep Cherokee. The Scout and Land Cruiser were great, off road vehicles. My buddy’s late 60s Jeep was built up and a crazy rock crawler. The rest were pretty good all purpose vehicles. But never a first Gen. With the look and capabilities of this new Bronco I am super excited to get out and explore!
 

Remos69

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Well, I drove down the block from my place to meet a friend for Taco's and came across this.......

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I'd say I won the Bronco picture race today. :p BADASS!!!!(y)(y)
Great picture.... If I had to put stickers for every vendor I purchased from on my EB restoration...... It would put a Nascar car to shame!!!!
 

okie4570

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It was Army. I reinstalled the plaque on the dash for sure. Getting the warranty sticker remade and then I can reinstall it on the glovebox.
Awesome! 66 and 67 warranty plates go on the driver kick panel rather than the glovebox door, hard to read down there though lol. Jimmy Golden has pretty good documentation of all of the surviving military broncos, have you ever visited with him about yours?
 
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