|November 7th, 2011, 03:12 PM||#1|
Join Date: 09-06-08
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1966 Ford Bronco NR
We have a nice original 1966 Bronco Roadster for sale!! This Bronco happens to be an early production 66 complete with eyebrow grill and steel fresh air box. This is a numbers matching U13. The frame VIN and warranty tag both match the title. This roadster is extremely complete, no need to track down all the hard to find 66 parts. The Ford original door inserts are in great condition along with the original fender mounted mirror. The 170 inline six engine starts right up and runs smooth! This Bronco has absolutely zero oil leaks! The frame and axles are extremely clean with only minor surface rust. This Bronco is a perfect candidate for a nut and bolt frame off restoration. Or drive it as it is!! We love the unrestored look.
We recently replaced the battery, radiator, clutch, pressure plate and resurfaced the flywheel. The Bronco also has new brakes at all four corner along with new steel brake lines. The radial mud tires are in great condition they have over 80% tread. This Bronco is very mechanically sound. The transmission and transfer case both shift smoothly. The steering joints on the Front axle should be replaced soon. All the lights and signals work great. The vacuum wipers are currently not connected and the heater blower motor switch does not work. The original uncut 66 body is very restorable, although it does have some rust in the typical “Bronco areas”. The fuel tank is currently removed from the Bronco for replacement. You can see I have a small fuel tank temporarily mounted under the hood. I have a nice clean 66 tank that will be included with the sale. I also have a very nice soft top and doors that could be purchased for an additional $500.
|November 7th, 2011, 11:48 PM||#2|
In my parents basement
Join Date: 10-29-06
Location: Washington, mi
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I want to tongue the tailpipe.
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