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Old 11/03/17, 08:56 PM   #586
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Old 11/09/17, 12:38 PM   #589
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This has been sitting in the lot of an auto paint shop for a few months now in Leeds, Alabama. I hope they save it!


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Old 11/10/17, 04:28 PM   #591
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Old 11/10/17, 11:49 PM   #592
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Newby here, but I'm looking to buy a classic Bronco. I see many advertised as uncut and I assume this refers to the rear wheel cutouts, but what I can't figure out is this feature (uncut) is dependent on a particular year or model. It can't be that all the full cutout wheelwells I see are custom done?
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Newby here, but I'm looking to buy a classic Bronco. I see many advertised as uncut and I assume this refers to the rear wheel cutouts, but what I can't figure out is this feature (uncut) is dependent on a particular year or model. It can't be that all the full cutout wheelwells I see are custom done?
All the full cutout ones are custom.
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All the full cutout ones are custom.


If ten minutes with a sawzall is "custom "

No idea why ford did em like that

Oddly , when I cut mine out the part I removed was EXACTLY the same size and shape as the removable fender skirts on my 66 Thunderbird

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I know who owns that bronco. I work with his son in law. If you look close you'll see that it has four wheel steering. He has a lot of money tied up in that rig.

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Old 11/15/17, 03:24 AM   #596
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I know who owns that bronco. I work with his son in law. If you look close you'll see that it has four wheel steering. He has a lot of money tied up in that rig.
Hey, that's Wild Bill and his crawler!
I've seen that thing crab walking sideways down the streets of Bakersfield.
There should be no problem with parallel parking it.

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