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Looooooking goooood Brother, very "stealthy" great job......
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Looooooking goooood Brother, very "stealthy" great job......

Thanx bro.
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It looks great, nice one!!!!
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It looks great, nice one!!!!
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That's a SaaWEeeeeeet job!! I heavily leaning on going for a black paint job when I get to that point on my rebuild/restore project. You've sold me!! Great job.
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Great looking truck. Going to paint mine the same except dark brown. Again very nice work keep it up.

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looks good what was the paint cost! i was thinking maaco
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that looks mean, batman will want to borrow it.
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Thanx to all for the compliments. I'm having a black spare tire cover sent to me cause I know that is needed. I haven't done the interior yet but will very soon.

I looked at many different types of rims/tire combinations before i landed on these. I was afraid it wasn't going to look good but i liked them a lot when i saw them mounted.

I got the bronco in san Diego and crossed the border into Tijuana and had the body work done there. The welding of new metal and complete paint job costs me $900 and that's with PPG paint and clear coat.

I will post up pics of the interior as soon as i do it. If anyone has more ideas for me, bring them on..

Thanx again
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Love the paint job.
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Thats really nice!
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dude that looks sick! ive been throwing around the paint ideas... red with a black top, satin black or flat black....
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Killer Job!!!
I personally would rid of the rear tailgate cover. To me (just my opinion) this looks like an XLT with a custom paint job. IF you remove the cover, the Bronco will look like the "Nite" package.
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Killer Job!!!
I personally would rid of the rear tailgate cover. To me (just my opinion) this looks like an XLT with a custom paint job. IF you remove the cover, the Bronco will look like the "Nite" package.

I second that. When you look at the pics, that tailgate cover sticks out like a sore thumb. I think it would look that much MORE super SICK if you removed it filled in the holes, and re-sprayed the gate. I love the all black look and am going for it on mine as well. Nice rig brother...
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Thanx again for the compliments. Interior should be next pretty soon. Pics coming soon
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that is one rad bronco
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ever get the interior done on this????

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wheel specs

I know this build was a while back, but its the best wheel tire combo I've seen on a bronco! Whats the specs on the wheels? Backspacing etc?
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