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Old April 16th, 2009, 02:44 PM   #1
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1971 Ford Bronco from Arizona

40,000 original miles

302 with exporer EFI

3 speed on column

Hydroboost brakes

I replaced the front floor boards, left front apron and left fender. Everything else is original.

Ready for paint, right now in black primer.


I have most if not all to put it together

I plan on putting a cage in it and painting it soon.

I have new front flares, used rear.

It has 35" MTR's on it (Maybe 20%) and almost new 37" MTR's (five of them) on aluminum rims.

Come with fullsize axles out of fullsize bronco

Front dana 44 with locker 4:10 gear, new joints, brake calipers, Premium Warn Lockouts

Rear 9" with Detroit Locker 4:10 gear, needs pinion seal replaced(included)

Extra 302 out of 1999 Mountaineer with 4R70W trans

NP205 Transfer case

20 Gallon fuel tank

I have about $10,000 into it plus my time.

So that is where I will start with the price.



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Old April 30th, 2009, 04:56 AM   #2
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Does the Mountaineer 302 run? complete? Trade for a 5.8?
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Does the Mountaineer 302 run? complete? Trade for a 5.8?
Yes it runs great, yes complete. I am using the serpentine system from it.

It is tempting to trade but I am not at that stage right now to think about a motor swap. So I will keep it in mind but pass at this time.

I would need all necessary EFI stuff for it as I take a liking to fuel injection.
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I have all the efi stuff but your 5.0 wiring will work for it also

Alright let me know if you decide to
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I have all the efi stuff but your 5.0 wiring will work for it also

Alright let me know if you decide to
Not after that infraction you gave me
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