Ahhhh you're missing out man. Tons of junkyards with so many f series and broncos haha. Your bronco must stick out big time. I once saw a dude driving a dodge ram in Ireland and it was really strange
Do you guys realise how jealous this thread makes me?
As I own 1 of possibly only 2 Broncos in Ireland, I'm never going to enjoy the thrill of scouring a junkyard for bargains/lucky finds.:cry
Still, it's nice to read what what others have found and daydream
Of course you want it...set it up with replacement 4-bolt mains and a stroker crank and you'll have a powerful mud bog screamer. Or resell it to a restorer so they can use it for a 351CJ Mustang resto.Went to JY over by my house looking for a trasmission for my daughters Bronco and I stumbled upon a 351C CJ block it was not a 4 bolt block hole wise buy on the web for the mains there is a bump where it could be macined out to 4 bolt mains. The yard wants $120 for it it had been through a machine shop and is minus main caps. I wonder if i should snag it anyway.
Could I fuel inject a 351c?
nice find (and good price)I was looking for a flange for the output of a BW1356 and found this on the ground beside a 94. When I carried it up the guy in the office was pissed that his help didn't catch it being took apart. Lucky for me there was rust on the shaft and I got it for $20.
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It was an 88. And I plan on replacing the stock filter with a cold air intake. Probably the K&N version. It will take some work, but I'm confident I can pull it off. It will just be easier since I won't have to move the original stock reservoirs.Do you remember what year the donor was? Be sure to post pics when it's installed. I'm not sure it'll work with the '87-96 gas-engine air filter, but it would be good if it does.