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Thread: Took a break from the Mustang to work on my 77 Bronco

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    Senior Member 07v6vistablue's Avatar
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    Finally got around to adding my light bar and lights Took it for a ride last night. I have never been one to just "go for a ride" type of guy. Always had to have a purpose but I enjoy driving this so much I just get in and go! I also shot some photos because the Classic Bronco Board I am a member of does a calendar and I was going to submit a photo to try and get one of the months for 2020. BTW These photos are just behind my house on the in-lwas farm.
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    Sam



    07 V6 Vista Blue, CAI, Fang Chin Spoiler, GT Rockers, Painted Mirror Covers, Billit Grill, FR500's & Nitto 555's, Shaker Intake

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    No Traction due to Paxton PaxtonShelby's Avatar
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    looks awesome!!
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    Kickin it Old School somethingclever's Avatar
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    Bronco looks great Sam!
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