I started down a similar path of building a Bronco because I got to ride in Ray Croll's LeDuc built prerunner back in the 90's. I bought a cheap Bronco but quickly ran out of interior room for all the crap I wanted to be able to haul with me. Right around the time I realized I was over the Bronco build a buddy bought a plasma cutter so we used that to cut the ol' girl into small enough pieces that the local landfill would let me throw it away. A number of salvaged Bronco parts made their way into the Anna build so parts of that 1983 Bronco live on. This F150 is no luxury prerunner by any stretch of the imagination but it's still a fun truck. Would I build another? Nope.I really like your build. I have wanted to have a truck similar ever since I was pitting a bike team at Rancho El Coyote at the 03 Baja 500. I was in my old 93 Cummins powered Dodge 4wd and an F-150 pulled up next to me built similar to yours. I decided then I needed one but I only got as far as purchasing a 91 F-150, but never started building. Now I have other things I want to build...but I wish I had built the F-150.
That describes this truck to a T.Two, your truck is like having a tool box full of tools and not just "one" tool. It can be used as a pre-runner, while not the best, it can get the job done. It can be used as a chase truck for pits. And used as a recovery vehicle if the unfortunate occurs, all while riding in AC and heat.