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View Poll Results: March 2019 F.O.T.M., VOTE HERE!!!
Raleigh 9 16.67%
NickOille 15 27.78%
maddDogg33 7 12.96%
79broncoowner 3 5.56%
antonio 20 37.04%
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post #61 of 132 (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 06:48 PM
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Ok have my new engine. Just have to put it in. IMG_1616 by Daniel Crymes, on Flickr
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Looking Good Boys and Girls... Keep those Pictures and Videos coming...

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Whew, I have been busy!

here goes, this will be a big one, got some catching up to do!

Got the chassis all wrapped up, then took a job in Vegas, so it went for a drive, you should see the looks you get when towing something like this lol




Picked up the Green Monster I bought a few weeks prior to moving
It was in pretty good shape, best of all NO RUST!
I ended up using this body and some other misc parts






Garage full of Broncos lol, kind of hard to see


Work continues




Eventually got the body and chassis mated, AWESOME!!!


Next came body work, primer, sanding, sanding, sanding, sanding, did I mention sanding?







Next was doors, the driver door I had was junk, passenger was great, so I found a door at the JY






Final body priming, next up the hood and top



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post #64 of 132 (permalink) Old 03-15-2019, 01:26 AM
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[QUOTE=NickOille;7185260]Bronco Safari 2017!!!!
Another year of fun, and carnage
First trail of the week was Rusty Nail, then took Golden Spike/Poison Spider out

This is without a doubt my Favorite FULLSIZE Bronco video of all time!!!! It truly showcases a FULLSIZE Broncos capabilities with a few key upgrades and minimum cost. Not to understate the DRIVERS capabilities as well. (as I have seen some well-built rigs that the driver wasn't capable of showcasing). I can only dream of wheeling with these guys someday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Pic of my deaver coils I installed. Made the ride 1000x better than the superlidt coils I had on there.

Also installed smoke headlights, taillights, and 3rd brake light.

My favorite upgrade has been the new seats and console. A friend had wrecked his f150 and he used the engine for a different project, so I bought the seats for 100 bucks. Took roughly 8 hours to get them installed. Lots of mocking and lining up. I drilled new holes and out bolts and locknuts through them. Filled in the factory holes and cut off factory seat studs. I ain't never going back!

I bought the center console on Ebay. It's from a 2015+ Chevy truck. Fit perfect and also folds up into a seat. Has THREE cupholders and is a great armrest.

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Antonio, you have my vote. Not only is your rig in the colors and scheme I wanted when I was in junior high school (when the Fullsize Bronco came out, in 1977), and not just because you're going back to a 'stock' engine, but because I also love your Kaiser Jeep pickup! You certainly have two rare rigs to have fun in. Oh, and dinner looked delicious!
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Next day was Prichett Canyon
I managed to make it up Chewy hill, while everyone else had to take a winch to the top, and Dylan broke a front shaft


Right after Chewy, Tyler broke a tie rod, but we were able to weld it back together


Next was Rocker Knocker, which went pretty smooth, and Staircase hill, which was going fine until the Toyota broke a R&P and was reduced to front wheel drive and had to be winched up


Rest of the trail took a little winching here and there, but was pretty smooth





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Boys thank you all for the likes, excellent work on your truck and what beautiful landscapes to do 4x4.
Beautiful its mountains; in Argentina; Extreme 4x4 is very expensive, but there are many people who practice it.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL FOR YOUR PHOTOS.
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Antonio, you have my vote. Not only is your rig in the colors and scheme I wanted when I was in junior high school (when the Fullsize Bronco came out, in 1977), and not just because you're going back to a 'stock' engine, but because I also love your Kaiser Jeep pickup! You certainly have two rare rigs to have fun in. Oh, and dinner looked delicious!
Good man thanks to you the vote.
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My truck mostly has the original paint and I'm taking care of it a lot.
I checked the parts that were very broken
Photos of the door and tailgate and others.
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A lot of earth causing rust.
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Only the lower part of the body was painted, the rest polished the original paint and shone.
Sorry for my language, Google translator.
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Original seats repaired, always keeping the original leather.
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Wow, seriously awesome collection of broncos this round!

I *think* i know who im voting for, buts its a difficult decision.
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My father helping restoration.
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Capot, I kept the original decals of warnings and emissions.
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I still have some pictures coming of my engine swap I was having some trouble with the header on the passenger side fitting after I changed the motor mount. I am getting there and will post soon.
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The son of my sister, my nephew also helping in the restoration.
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