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post #41 of 54 (permalink) Old 09-30-2010, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Pictures with the convertible top on.

I have others I can post with the sides up if you'd like to see those as well.



It's a little loose looking in this picture I've since gotten it drum tight.

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hey guys, i am from collingwood/gravenhurst area.
and here is my bronco, i have had her for 5yrs and it was a buddy of mines before that


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With the Rooster Truck in PortPerry Whitefeather Farms.

This is one cool Truck.



Before paint and body work.



With the Hard Top on as I bought it.



As it looks now with the hard top


Pulling a 30' Travel Trailer.


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I have others I can post with the sides up if you'd like to see those as well.



It's a little loose looking in this picture I've since gotten it drum tight.

eh rick, u happen to be crusing down hwy 21, between manchester and lakeridge rd, think it was wensday thursday this week? would have been around 5-5:15?
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hey guys, i am from collingwood/gravenhurst area.
and here is my bronco, i have had her for 5yrs and it was a buddy of mines before that



beautiful man, love the front bumper
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Talking Yup I was headed to Brooklyn

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eh rick, u happen to be crusing down hwy 21, between manchester and lakeridge rd, think it was wensday thursday this week? would have been around 5-5:15?
I bought a Tonneau cover for later modding on my Bronco I'm looking to build kind of a halfcab deal.

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I bought a Tonneau cover for later modding on my Bronco I'm looking to build kind of a halfcab deal.
that sounds cool, so that was u eh? i took a second take as u went by to check out your bronco. "holy crap another bronco" lol...looked good. I was on my way home, i work in utica at the shop behind the john deer dealer, the shop will all the old cars. you probably wouldn't have paid attention to it but this is my summer car i was in....

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Talking We'll have to make some time for a coffee meet.

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that sounds cool, so that was u eh? i took a second take as u went by to check out your bronco. "holy crap another bronco" lol...looked good. I was on my way home, i work in utica at the shop behind the john deer dealer, the shop will all the old cars. you probably wouldn't have paid attention to it but this is my summer car i was in....


Nice little ride you have there.

Maybe sometime in October we can stop for coffee and Bronco talk. LOL

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This is probably the coolest Sunfire I have ever seen!! Wasn't expecting that here!

Anyways, I'm Brent from London Ontario. My Bronco isn't my pride and joy but its a beast and a keeper. Its getting a body job in the next few weeks. It looks a lot like this...

... only rustier!

How come everyone isn't submitting there Bronco pics to MemberCalendars.com to see if you can be voted into a 2011 calendar? They have a catagory just for Broncos and another for FordTrucks. Its a shame because there hasn't even been enough submissions to make a Bronco calendar!

Its free (no scam!), but you gotta get the submission in by Saturday (before the next round of voting begins)- times short! Everyone's got a nicer Bronco then me but I threw it in there.

Vote for my Monte Carlo too

(now you understand the user ID)

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Just to add to the guys hauling trailers and with the soft tops. There is another camping option.....



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Read up on the install here;

http://www.supermotors.net/clubs/2bi...try/4970/17314

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I like that tent you have on the back of your sixlitre! Very innovative
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I like that tent you have on the back of your sixlitre! Very innovative
Thanks Got2BeGT

pure independence ! Smaller than a phone book in your center console and no trouble stashing three extendable 3 foot paint poles elsewhere.

Goes up in 90 seconds, comes down even faster.

If you save one night's hotel bill it's paid for.

http://www.eatel.net/~dacinc/DAC/campertoptent.html

I put two layers of carpet underlay on my rear cargo area so even if I forget to pack the air mattress I'm still able to sleep in the back(and have done so often).

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I'm in Ontario as well I have a 1966 beautiful frame that I acquired off a client of mine that was Ill. He had done about 80% of the restoration but took the 66 frame and lifted it to put on a perfect 1984 tub. I won't be doing the 1984 tub and I am looking for a body you know of anything. Also the 1984 XLT Bronco 2 is a beautiful specimen but with these cars I'm not going to put all that time and effort into a hybrid between a Bronco II and a Bronco 1

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