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but i have a question if anyone could answer this. I happened to have purchased a 1987 bronco xlt.







anyways, i would like to convert the front end to either an 86 and under style, or 92+ i think.


is this possible to do?:drinkbud
 

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i know we dont have the prettiest years of bronco. But be proud of it. Its your. If you want that look of body style then buy another one. If not then do enough to that bronco to make you appreciate it.
 

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as said above its possible but just keep in mind if you go older the wheel well openings on the 80-86 are completely different, their larger and shaped differently, but hey each to their own, congrats on the new bronc looks pretty good.

850 bucks good lol. Very satisfied with it, it shall becoming home tomorrow from the transmission shop. Didn't beef it up, just had to get it rebuilt, all forward gears were completely gone. I was just wondering if it could be done, I like the truck don't get me wrong. I just like the early years. Besides, i got a good deal like i said. Truck has absolutely no rust, everything works. But the driver side window, needs a new motor. I will get some exhaust clips when i can. There are true duals, no cats, flowmaster super 44s with i believe 4 inch tips. I'm not a big fan of flowmasters, check out the flow ratings on them on other sites.
 

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i know we dont have the prettiest years of bronco. But be proud of it. Its your. If you want that look of body style then buy another one. If not then do enough to that bronco to make you appreciate it.
This bronco is just being started to get fixed up like i want. Sorry if noone wants this to be done, but I'm getting the whole interior reupholstered in a light blue leather/vinyl for seats with white stripe down middle. Also going to try and get at least a few things engine wise, not sure where to start.
 
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