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vdub12
04-27-2010, 01:45 AM
What yeah guys think.

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Hercomputers
04-27-2010, 01:58 AM
I like it very much, Vdub! Welcome to the window club-:) Now tell me, your truck, I can't see the sign on it but is that a Ford Bronco 2? I had two of them years go and looks like the first one I ever had-:)

Alan22
04-27-2010, 02:28 AM
I think that's perfect. Direct and to the point.

SThompson86
04-27-2010, 02:33 AM
Looks Ultra! Ultra fo show

vdub12
04-27-2010, 04:51 AM
I like it very much, Vdub! Welcome to the window club-:) Now tell me, your truck, I can't see the sign on it but is that a Ford Bronco 2? I had two of them years go and looks like the first one I ever had-:)

Yeah its a BII.

My wife wants me to paint it. I guess i should, I kind of like the rugged look though. At some point its going to be lifted 6 to 8 inches and have a set of full size axles from a 79 F-150. I have the axles all ready for it just need to get some more projects done before I can start tearing in to it. Also I think a V8 swap needs to happen first. I have my eye on a HO 302 out of a 98 mustang GT. Like I said lots of projects. :D

If you look really close to the left hand side of the picture you should be able to see another BroncoII. Right now its a parts car but some day its going to be a full on buggy.

Hercomputers
04-27-2010, 01:43 PM
Cool, very cool! Those trucks last if you take care of them - something I didn't do but I have my 4th Explorer now...something about the Ford brand. Parts are always available for them.

Reset
04-29-2010, 02:41 PM
Cool, very cool! Those trucks last if you take care of them - something I didn't do but I have my 4th Explorer now...something about the Ford brand. Parts are always available for them.

Well one reason is because they didn't take any bail out money like the other car manufactures did!



vdub,

its very simple and straight forward great job! Take your wifes advise and paint it remember your running a business and look count to some people.

vdub12
04-29-2010, 07:03 PM
Take your wifes advise and paint it remember your running a business and look count to some people.

Yeah I know I already have money aside to do it. I just want to do the body work first. Its got a few dents I want to fix and I am also going to do all the prep work. I was going to take it to Maco, they don't do any prep work just wash and paint.

The worse part on the whole car is some fiberglass work on the rear door. You can see it in the picture. I hate working with fiberglass. :mad:

MTech
05-05-2010, 07:39 AM
I think it's a great step getting that done!

And (unfortunately some times) women are usually right... I think a SHINY coat of paint would make the difference for that prospective customer or two ;)

Good luck!