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Thanks fo the big weclome!! But I am now lookign at a 79 bronco with a 400 big block in it. It needs alot of work to the body. The fenders are starting to rust, both rear quarter panels are starting to rust. It has 6" lift with 35's underneath. Do you think it is worth a $1000.00. And if so could you tell me how much it would be to find the rear quarter panels.
If the drivetrain and interior are in good shape I would say it's a pretty good deal. May want to see if you can get him down a little more. How are the tires? Check underneath to see if the floor is rusted out anywhere, especially under you seat area. If you could post some pics of this rig it would help.
What do you guys think about a '73 Bronco with a 302 and stock wheel size? The frame is good and the body needs to put back together. But other than that it would be ok? Also what could I run underneath it for the power? Could I go to 355 gears? What is your opinion?