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Another detail for me..
this one is actually in much better shape than the previous one that I had..
this has 113k miles but rust free and better paint..
I also like the red interior as apposed to the black interior of the other Freewheeler.

Previous owner added the Bucking Bronco on the tailgate

I'll post pictures when its done.













 

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So. Much. Want.
 

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OK, pardon my ignorance but I've only recently seen FreeWheelrs mentioned on the site. What exactly are the Freewheelers? Was it a special package like the Nite or was there something particular about the drive train that set it apart fromt eh rest?
 

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OK, pardon my ignorance but I've only recently seen FreeWheelrs mentioned on the site. What exactly are the Freewheelers? Was it a special package like the Nite or was there something particular about the drive train that set it apart fromt eh rest?
appearance only.. black bumpers, mirrors and graphics.
 

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OK, pardon my ignorance but I've only recently seen FreeWheelrs mentioned on the site. What exactly are the Freewheelers? Was it a special package like the Nite or was there something particular about the drive train that set it apart fromt eh rest?
Taken from my post here: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=106384




Free Wheelin:


Standard features were:

Black bumpers front and rear, Dual black low mount western style mirrors, (5) 15x6 painted steel wheels in either white or chrome yellow with L78x15 raised white letter tires and of course the custom chromatic tape stripe found on the black Bronco. There were also 2 other stripe color combinations, Orange/Tan/Creme or Blue/White/Green.

Can't wait to see what this one sells for.
 

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A detailing question for you: What do you use on the stripes? Everything I've seen says not to wax the stripes, but surely there must be something to brighten them up a bit and protect them?

I used to wax mine, and they would look better for a short period of time. But, then they looked cloudy after while.
 

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A detailing question for you: What do you use on the stripes? Everything I've seen says not to wax the stripes, but surely there must be something to brighten them up a bit and protect them?

I used to wax mine, and they would look better for a short period of time. But, then they looked cloudy after while.
I just washed them. I don't think anything else would work.
 

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DaveG, do you work with Michael S. on flipping these?
 
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