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I currently have a 1995 (pictured above) and a 1994. I have not done much with the 94 yet but the 95 has all ready had a lot of changes.
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Picked it up for $4,000 out of California. Zero rust and had not seen the road for a while due to it not being able to pass the smog tests. Previous owner had put GT40 heads on it himself, shift kit in the E40D, K&N intake, JBA shorty headers, a leveling kit, new stereo, bilsten shocks, and new body mounts.
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Ended up crashing it while driving up to Northern Idaho during a snow storm on the i70. Still beating myself up for that one
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Ended up getting everything I needed at a junkyard for $150 bucks!
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Then long story short I went all out with this thing and decided to redo the motor as well.
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"New" parts on with some little upgrades
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Then I started going through the interior. I have a ton of pictures but it would be way to big to put all of them in. As of now the interior has almost been completely overhauled, it has a cammed 357 under the hood (created from f-250, LX mustang, explorer, and bronco part combos) and it is currently awaiting paint and a lift kit.
 

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Yea what a shame right ?! The guy who picked it up sent me that picture. Told me he owed the guy who bought it 10k along with the delivered bronco. Here’s my current 91 Eddie , got lucky and found another one after regretfully selling me last one
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'95 XLT: 5.8, MAF, E4OD, 4.56's, 6" lift on 33's
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Reminds me of when my Dad sold his full dresser. As he was riding to deliver it, some drunk bitch ran a light ahead and he t-boned the car. Totaled his bike... but unlike you, he was stuck rebuilding it. Came out much cooler afterword but I digress. Sounds like you came out alright. Would suck to be that delivery dude though. Making up for lost time huh?
 

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Here is a pic of my 91 next to my grandfathers all original 88 xlt with 58k miles. He purchased it brand new, He used to have a beautiful beast 1978 black on black , but sold it before i could even hold a wrench. his is 88 white with blue interior oj style. Lol
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1989 Bronco XLT 351W with C6, manual locking hubs. 6” suspension lift with 35” Cooper tires
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81' FSB w/ rebuilt orig spec 351' modified 5.8L w/ Summit alum radiator w/ dual elec fans, stock elec choke 2 BBL carb, C6 auto trans. 4" Superlift, Am. Racing alloys w/ 15" x 33," VHX Dakota digital instruments, Autometer analog gauges

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One of the best looking rigs I’ve seen. Can we get more pics of the interior?


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Thanks mattmann your comment is much appreciated! Still have a ways to go w/ interior, but have gotten started... Here are a couple shots of door panel conversion--to standard door locks. I had major issues with the original sliding locks & finally decided to replace them altogether w/ old school 'up n' down' manual locks.
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Relaced various knobs, accessories, etc. w/ polished aluminum (Billet Specialties). Standard OEM style panels (Coverlay)

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Had to retire my dim & intermittent/unreliable orig cluster, gear indicator, etc. and went analog/digital combo (Dakota parts) w/ brighter LED backlighting.
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Thanks mattmann your comment is much appreciated! Still have a ways to go w/ interior, but have gotten started... Here are a couple shots of door panel conversion--to standard door locks. I had major issues with the original sliding locks & finally decided to replace them altogether w/ old school 'up n' down' manual locks. View attachment 160238

Relaced various knobs, accessories, etc. w/ polished aluminum (Billet Specialties). Standard OEM style panels (Coverlay)

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Had to retire my dim & intermittent/unreliable orig cluster, gear indicator, etc. and went analog/digital combo (Dakota parts) w/ brighter LED backlighting.
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Beautiful


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