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originally from Holland. When I do go home to see family, the numbers of broncos seem to be dwindling to almost non existent. BUMMER.
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I'm from Russia.

1987, FSB, 5.0, EB, c-6, Black Hoss, some oldy, some rusty, milestone is over 1 000 000 miles.
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Hi, where are you buying the parts there in Russia ?


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E-bay ans some autoparts stores... Sometimes repairing shops can buy spare parts himself.

1987, FSB, 5.0, EB, c-6, Black Hoss, some oldy, some rusty, milestone is over 1 000 000 miles.
1993, FSB, 5.0, XLT, E4OD, White Mare.
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I'm moving to the Netherlands for 5 months and will be traveling around Europe. Missing my Bronco...
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Cool

Hey you's guys from Denmark and Sweden....will you please send us some snow wheelin' pictures!!!
I'm a picture whore---or "ho".....in the US...

I wrench on it because I have to....
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originally from Holland. When I do go home to see family, the numbers of broncos seem to be dwindling to almost non existent. BUMMER.
I am also from Holland, and there not many Bronco's over here bud i have seen a few.

Excuse my French, I'm Dutch
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Sweden :-)

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Hey you's guys from Denmark and Sweden....will you please send us some snow wheelin' pictures!!!
I'm a picture whore---or "ho".....in the US...
The danish guys and gals probably never se any snow at all but we swedes have some left.
I might take some pictures this weekend if i get my new tires on.

I have not own my rig for more than a month or so and have not been driving much at all due to the tires on it.

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Spain, three Broncos in the stable, driving Broncos here since 1996 (not many of them!!)
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Which part of Spain?

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Hola just in process of moving to Asturias, on Galicia border . Trying to buy an FSB before i leave the UK as don't speak Spanish well enough yet to buy one there . Are there many for sale there ? The FSB seems ideal for the trails and hunting . If you see any for sale in the North West please PM me .
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Which part of Spain?
I am in Asturias, in the north of the country!
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Hola just in process of moving to Asturias, on Galicia border . Trying to buy an FSB before i leave the UK as don't speak Spanish well enough yet to buy one there . Are there many for sale there ? The FSB seems ideal for the trails and hunting . If you see any for sale in the North West please PM me .
Hola! welcome here and welcome to Spain!

Broncos are very rare here. Over 20 years I have located nearly all ones in the country, and they are only a few for each model or generation.

A FSB for northern trails has some limitations due to its size, mainly trails are too narrow and steepy, with tight turns, etc. but another ones are good for driving without beating the truck.

I know a FSB for sale in the north, but it needs work to be road worthy again.

Some years ago I had a lifted BroncoII with lockers, this small Bronco went extremely well (size, short wheelbase and short turning radius) in this mountains!!
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Spain for Big Boys

I get your comments on the restrictions on the width of the tracks . I am still learning the area and may even try to buy some mountain land privately which will allow ALL off road vehicles to visit /camp and really challenge drivers but in some beautiful scenery. Then still allow access to longer trails with guided routes of different difficulty levels.

My initial thoughts are that if I find something near Morella or towards the the higher areas around Els Ports and further South towards Valdelinares the winter will also offer some snowy trails to do a mini version of a the Croix Blanche. A river would also be needed for river driving and practicing as people en route to Morocco really need to practice this and a little rock crawling for the gorges. There is also the desert in the plains near Zaragoza for practicing desert driving and the hazards. With some bushcraft and survival skills thrown in .

I want to run a business in Spain someday doing this so the 4 wd and Broncos guys can have some fun while the kids and Mum are on the lakes /rivers or beaches. so all you european Bronco guys come forward .

Anybody fancy it ??

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umm an off-road vehicle park? it sounds really good!
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I guess there's nobody else out there

I DONíT KNOW IF LIFE IS PASSING ME BY OR TRYING TO RUN ME OVER !!
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Nice idea, sadly it is very far distance from here

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