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Hi all. I've just picked up an 87. Been after one for ages and delighted with it. It's a California car with 68k on the clock so in great condition. Looking forward to getting stuck in to the small amount that needs done.

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1986 Bronco Eddie Bauer 5.0 mostly stock
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Congrats and welcome to the best bronco forum there is! That looks like a really solid bricknose you picked up. Pop the hood and lets see whats under there and lets see the inside! Also take very very good care of those red stripe wheel beauty rings, they are hard to find!
 

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Welcome to FSB and congrats on the clean lookin' 87. Great patina!
 
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So I鈥檓 assuming that most cars there are right hand drive? Going to be fun driving that beast that takes up 75% of the road from the opposite side , the upside of that is most cars today are made of plastic and you鈥檒l just crush them鈥ike hitting a speed bump or big pothole.


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Welcome to the FSB family @Grazer..There are a least a few other FSB's running around the UK, or there were at one time..might be fewer now with the price of petrol. You've got yourself a clean looking Bronco, body looks straight too and that rust has a nice patina, people pay to get that kind of look these days..

Post up some more pics when you get a chance and make sure to fill out your profile info with the year, model, engine/tranny combo and any other relevant details.

Enjoy the site!!
 
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Yo Grazer,
Welcome to our Big Bronco DIY COMMUNITY!

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1987 Owner's Manual, partial (Towing it & 4 speed manual transmission shift patterns & operation) by Ford via member Mikey350 @ 1996 Ford Bronco 87 Bronco Owners Manual pictures, videos, and sounds | SuperMotors.net

Haynes Red Manual for 80-95 Bronco & F Series @ Hanes guide 80-96 bko f series.pdf found by BroncMom!

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Thanks everyone. Yeah not many over here, certainly not up in Scotland. LHD is fine, I've got a 74 camaro and 68 Charger so well used to it! This is amazingly my first Ford I've ever owned. I like the patina but will probably paint it at some point - I have a look in mind...
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That's in pretty amazing condition.
 

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That thing looks really solid, that's a good find! Those other cars are pretty cool too a 68 charger, thats awesome, the 74 camaro...not as awesome, but then again there weren't many "awesome" cars built in America in 1974 thanks to CAFE standards (Big ugly bumpers, crumple zones, unleaded gas etc) but it's the last year of the small back glass Camaros so its still cool. I would imagine any of the 3 of those rides are real head turners in Scotland.
 
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