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New Guy 3 rd Bronco. One 96 and now on to my second 79.

Just need some ideas here and there for my personal (going to keep forever) rebuild. 79 Bronco 351m Custom. So far I rebuilt the carb. Ran a new braided fuel line. Installed new fuel sending unit and two in line fuel filters. Dropped the tank, cleaned and painted and reinstalled. Pulled carpet and seats. Working on interior custom corner panels this weekend.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 01:33 PM
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to FSB and congrats on the nice 79

Classic Rod plates, eh? Don't think Ohio has anything like that. Are they cheaper than standard plates?
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Classic Rod plates, eh? Don't think Ohio has anything like that. Are they cheaper than standard plates?
We have "Historic" plates, but they are really only supposed to be used on show cars.
https://bmv.ohio.gov/vr-sp-historical.aspx
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We have "Historic" plates, but they are really only supposed to be used on show cars.
Yeah, I'm aware of those, but they have too many restrictions for my use. I know some use them, but I know one guy who got hassled for driving his car too much with them.
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