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Old 11/09/17, 11:13 PM   #16
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Here's some pretty recent shots of BHut's legit Explorer upholstery. In a 73 we have. Matched the stock rear seat perfectly.

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Old 11/11/17, 08:51 AM   #17
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Fenders off!

Some small progress made..trying to determine what metal I need. I suspect the fenders were replaced years ago...hard to tell, but they had some black paint inside. The drivers inner fender appears to have been replaced.

I think i'm going to replace both the inner & outer fenders w/ new metal from JBG. I'm going with an front replacement panel for the driver's post too.. I spun the lower nut for the fender on the inside, so I will have to at least cut it back that far to weld it back in place.
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I believe Aug. '73 would have began the '74 year models. I say that but I know of a '77 built in July '76. Build date that was built same month as my '76.
I received my Marti report today and I think I have my answer on the model year being a 1974:

Your vehicle was actually produced on August 22, 1973 -- thirty-four days behind schedule.

U15U-100 Bronco 4x4 Wagon
G302-2V Engine
LBuilt at Michigan Truck
S23044Serial Number of this Bronco scheduled forproduction at Michigan Truck
092Wheelbase (inches)
YOrange Paint
U153U-100 Bronco 4x4 Wagon 4450 Lb. GVW
94Orange Random Stripe Bench Seat and RearSeat
GAutomatic Transmission
B8J3.50 Limited Slip Rear Axle with Power Steering
04450Gross Vehicle Weight in Pounds
74Seattle DSO (District Sales Office)

DEALER #:74I530

Your vehicle was equipped with the following features:
-Skid Plates
-Power Steering
-L78x15-B Black Sidewall Tires
-Mud & Snow Tread Tires
-Swing-Away Spare Tire Carrier
-Explorer Package
-Left Hand Remote Control Mirror
-Right Hand Chrome Mirror
-Bodyside Moldings
-Manual AM Radio
-Hardboard Headliner
-Wheel Covers
-Auxiliary Fuel Tank with Skid Plate
-Chrome Bumpers

Your vehicle was actually produced on August 22, 1973 -- thirty-four days behind schedule.
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