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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-07-2016, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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Broncorama 2016 is CANCELLED

Hey all, normally I post up here to see who's going to Broncorama every year, but this year, the 50th Anniversary of the Bronco, JBG has decided not to host the biggest Bronco event in the northern states.

Check it out here.

And the announcement in the March 2016 Product Video.

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Clearly Jeff said, "We are no longer having Broncorama". THAT SUCKS. It's already on my calender

Totally bummed.... sounds like indefinite.
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Time to start the FSB version....
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Dang. I might have actually it this year with both. There is a all Bronco all years gathering coming up at Silverlake sand dunes this year I have already made plans for. We can always go there and play in the sand.


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I know not the same, but on memorial day weekend Lane Automotive in Watervliet MI has a good sized Car show. We could get a group of broncos to show up there if anyone else is interested?
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this saddens me to read that they have canceled broncorama. I really hoping to get together with my bronco brethren. I have been lacking the drive to build my bronco and this is the kind of thing that helps me get in to the mood of taking on this project
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Dang. I might have actually it this year with both. There is a all Bronco all years gathering coming up at Silverlake sand dunes this year I have already made plans for. We can always go there and play in the sand.
The Bronco Takeover at Silver Lake is Saturday August 6th. It sounds like it will be pretty big. I think there will be a good group from classicbroncos. I'm hoping to see a big group of full size.

I'm hoping to get some Broncos up to Rocks and Valleys Offroad Park in Harrison, MI on Saturday June 18th. I plan on camping there with my family for the weekend. I have an early Bronco, but I like all Broncos and would to see a bunch of all years there.
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