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I am in no way genius when it comes to cars and automobile repair, so I hope someone could be of help. I am looking for someone who might be able to repair an early 1970's Ford Bronco and get it running for a Forth of July parade coming up in a few weeks. It had been up and running for briefly but has since died once again recently. The repairman who had worked on it in the past is based out of Chicago and charges much more because of this (the Bronco is in Milwaukee, WI). Is there anyone in the Milwaukee area who would be able to look into this and potentially solve the issue?
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Hello!
I am in no way genius when it comes to cars and automobile repair, so I hope someone could be of help. I am looking for someone who might be able to repair an early 1970's Ford Bronco and get it running for a Forth of July parade coming up in a few weeks. It had been up and running for briefly but has since died once again recently. The repairman who had worked on it in the past is based out of Chicago and charges much more because of this (the Bronco is in Milwaukee, WI). Is there anyone in the Milwaukee area who would be able to look into this and potentially solve the issue?
Greetings! FYI, this forum is focused on the larger model 78 and up. While many of us have both, you might get a better response from Classic Bronco.com
That said, someone on here may be from your area and willing to turn a wrench.
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If you want, we can move this to the Midwest Chapter hoping to gain better visibilty for your area.

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Like J.R. said, checkout ClassicBroncos.com. Great group of folks and someone on there should be able to help you out.
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If you want, we can move this to the Midwest Chapter hoping to gain better visibilty for your area.
Thank you so much! That would be so great! Thank you for all of your help!
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Like J.R. said, checkout ClassicBroncos.com. Great group of folks and someone on there should be able to help you out.
Excellent! Thank you so much for helping out! I will defiantly check them out!
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