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The value on those old body style Broncos is really shooting up.

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I still don't get it. 

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After being forgotten for decades, the Bronco is developing a following- Heck, even my 23 year old nephew who still hasn't gotten his license knows the whole Bronco and Ranger history. Ford's been feeding this with product placements of classic Broncos, but I think there's more to this Bronco enthusiasm than that. Question is, is the market for a performance off road 4x4 truck big enough to keep FCA's Toledo plant and Ford's Michigan Assembly busy?

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2 hours ago, j hancock said:

People like what they like.  My buddy is into Harley's even down to buying Harley socks.  Different guy is into Hemi cars.

Look at all the nut jobs that are into Mack trucks....  Ooops, nevermind!

My daughter works at local cat dealer, I've got "cat" socks. actually the best I have had for a long time!    terry:MackLogo:

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12 hours ago, Dirtymilkman said:

I still don't get it. 

Another 4 wheeler that people are fanatics about is the old FJ40 Landcruiser...check out what they sell for.

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9 hours ago, terry said:

My daughter works at local cat dealer, I've got "cat" socks. actually the best I have had for a long time!    terry:MackLogo:

Time to start dropping hints that Father's Day is coming up.

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Friend has one of those Broncos, not sure the year.  Very nice garage find.  V8, automatic, red, white top.  Patina'd, but not rotted.  Likely never see the road at the rate he gets things done.  He is just freshening things up for dependability, not restoring.

He wanted to replace brake lines.  He contacted some brake line company and they made him SS lines for allowing them to use his nice samples for manufacturing replacements.

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My deceased father in law had a 1977 Bronco. 302V8 and C4 automatic with limited slip in the rear. Bright red with a white top. Washed every Saturday morning to remain clean. Nice looking vehicle and he always rode in it alone. I went to hop into the passenger side and when I opened the door it literally fell off the vehicle and onto my foot! No shit neither as the hinge post was rotted away. One time I was grateful I wore steel toed work boots too!

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