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Question 4 door broncos?

I used to think that i new the bronco history half-way well but i just saw today for the first time a 1990 4-door bronco. Is this an aftermarket thing or did Ford really do this for a short while?

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I used to think that i new the bronco history half-way well but i just saw today for the first time a 1990 4-door bronco. Is this an aftermarket thing or did Ford really do this for a short while?
Never seen one before, let us know what you find out.

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3 posts since June of 2005? Geez he may never come back and respond.
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make that 4 posts now. Ill let everyone know what i find out after i do some more reserch. I found one for sale in Douglas Graorgia, but just didnt have the money to get it. I tried to call the owner to get some info but got no answer.

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Re-read Audra's post and Bronco info...you didn't pick up on the sarcasm, she has a her own fleet of 4-doors.

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Probably so,I dont know much about the four door broncos yet
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make that 4 posts now. Ill let everyone know what i find out after i do some more reserch. I found one for sale in Douglas Graorgia, but just didnt have the money to get it. I tried to call the owner to get some info but got no answer.
Are you on dial-up and not downloading the web pictures?

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Thats what I was thinking.....thats a pretty big picture in your signature.

That 79 you have is beautiful.

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Thats what I was thinking.....thats a pretty big picture in your signature.

That 79 you have is beautiful.
Thanks, I enjoy it, and can actually afford to drive it these days.

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I see now that Audra dose have her own fleet of them and they look awsome! I was just in a hury today at lunch to post and get back to work to notice the pics. Thank you all for your help and info. I learned something new today. I wonder if its to late to put one on my christmas list? :)

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she has a her own fleet of 4-doors.
Hehehe She has 6 of them.


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WOOT, a response :) Hey in all seriousness I was just joshing with ya. Did you go by and check it out? Was it still there? Always glad to hear of more of them running around Georgia.
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So why so many Broncos? Aren't they all kind of the same?
Not at all. Every truck has it's own personality and purpose.
Of course there is always the coolness of matching his and hers.

The C350 PSD modded Tow rig and twin C150 show truck.


Again his and hers
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