Well you don't get much more NW than this one in the lower 48. Someone go buy this so it stops tempting me. I don't have the money. If I did, I'd probably already own it and have hauled it to my cousin's yard that lives out there to put it together. It's probably a screaming deal on a low rust Washington rig, with sliders in the topper and a rebuilt engine if you have the ability to assemble it all.
This is our sons Bronco, he drove it into our shop and dismantled with the intent to restore. He had the motor rebuilt for $5489.47. There is a new lift kit which is included in purchase. The top to...
^ It would interesting to get the rest of the story on that, such as why the son isn't selling it himself, and what the huge pile of un-pictured parts looks like. I've got a neighbor wanting to get a Bronco, who loves doing the dirty work, so that could be an interesting candidate.
Check this rig out. If I had money to spare, I'd be scheming on how to get it. I'm guessing they cut the back off a Bronco II, but maybe they started with a Ranger. Either way I much prefer the small windows and removable top to how Bronco IIs actually look. And it has a pretty nice setup with the wheels, brush guard, spare tire and gas can carriers, and front receiver.