So in late May I picked up a 1996 Bronco that I decided I wanted to fix up for my first car. I liked trucks and when I did some research and found Broncos I knew what I wanted. It would be a perfect off roading truck and a nice daily driver since I don't need to commute too far to school.
It needs some work but nothing too bad for over 150,000 miles. I got it for a decent price and it will be a nice project. She needed some transmission work, body work, maybe some new paint, and some other TLC. Just the normal Bronco stuff. My dad used to have a few Blazers back in the day so he's excited to give me a hand with it.
Two sets of tires, 42 inch Super Swampers and a set of 35s.
I've been watching some forums on the site and finally I'm getting around to posting its been about 5 months so I have a lot of progress to share, so I'll get started.
Here's a few pictures of the truck when I got it:
The big 42's
I had to put some stock tires on the front to get it to fit onto the car trailer.
So after we loaded it up we brought it home and I had the urge to see it with those 42's since I knew I wouldn't have them for too long. So me and my dad made it our first job to put them on.
The next thing on the to do list was to play around with it and ended up finishing off the transmission in the backyard so we had to limp back to the driveway in reverse.