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Hey All! - My name is Jon and I am starting a new post here on my most recent build project. As a kid, one of my first vehicles was a 1983 Ford Bronco and I remembered too many good time and have always missed it. Introduction my new Bronco project - 1995 Eddie Bauer 5.8l before it went into body and paint.

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Hey folks - The Bronco is out of body and paint. I went with a flat black and had the lower panels coated with LineX.
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The Bronco is having some interior and dash fabrication now but I am looking for your help with suggestions about updating or re-covering the seats. Currently it still has the Ford factory leather but the rear seat is weathered. Any ideas on where I can get new leather covers or options on updating seats? Below are some photos of the dash and console fabrication that just got complete by Automotive Entertainment OC in Hunnington Beach CA. the guys did a good job and I would recommend.

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Yo Jon,
Welcome! The dash looks very well done as is the console and paint.
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Thanks Man - Really appreciate all of the information. The plan is on the way for this Bronco

  • BDS 4 Inch Radius Lift
  • New rear gears and conversion
  • Disc Brake rear conversion
  • Cat back exhaust - Uncertain about final choice
  • Cold air induct
  • Building a Stroker to engine swap
 

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Hello All - Wanted to give an update on my 95 Bronco update - We have removed the front grill and the old lights. New grille and lights have been T-Rex'd with black liner and are ready to install.
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Update on the Bronco project - Just picked up (after months of delay) a nice Hammerhead rear bumper witch comp'd nice with my recent update to the rear panel.
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The Bronco is having some interior and dash fabrication now but I am looking for your help with suggestions about updating or re-covering the seats. Currently it still has the Ford factory leather but the rear seat is weathered. Any ideas on where I can get new leather covers or options on updating seats? Below are some photos of the dash and console fabrication that just got complete by Automotive Entertainment OC in Hunnington Beach CA. the guys did a good job and I would recommend.

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I know LMC.com offers a kit for redoing the rear seats.
 
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