I'll give this a shot.
Here is how it started off. Taken the day after I picked it up. 91' XLT with the 302 and E4OD and BW transfer case. Completely stock except for an aftermarket transmission cooler and temp gage. The gage didn't work though. Drivers side seat base was broken, and a bunch of minor things that I knew I'd have to fix, but nothing major. Mostly electrical issues.
So, 1 limited slip differential, new exhaust, dual battery install, custom seat covers, roof rack, custom center console, visor shelf, square tube grill with fog lights, roof mounted light bar, switch panel, hidden bumper winch, upgraded master cylinder and booster, a bunch of minor enhancements, and all the various repairs later...
My intent with this build is to make a reliable farm rig for my home town. We face a number of natural disasters every year and I wanted to be ready for all of them. I still have some upgrades left to go. I'm wanting to get a new rear bumper with a swing out tire carrier there. I'm always afraid I'm gonna rip the stock one off.
Still need new shocks. I plan on running 33's when the 31's I have on now wear out. I also plan on adding a ham radio in addition to the CB I currently have.
It currently serves as my DD, so I don't have anything extreme planned anytime soon. Being active duty AF doesn't allow much time for real modifications, or time to going out when all I want to do is sit and relax.
Other pics of the buildup.
New brake booster:
Current switch panel:
Tactical seat covers.
Custom intake I was forced to make to get my dual battery setup to fit.
Drop down TV for the GF.
1991 Bronco w/ 5.0L V8, Auto w/ E40D trans, factory spare tire rack, factory limited slip diff, dual batteries, custom air intake, 8K lb. winch, tactical seat covers, drop down TV w/ CD/DVD player, 31's on stock suspension, roof baskets, new injectors, rear bumper w/ tire rack, 33" Goodyear Wranglers, 2" suspension lift.
To Do List: paint,
My BKO build: Project Farmhand