I have built 10 broncos and 1 for my self that Kyle and Todd used to pre run the Baja 2000. I did not have time to finish the boxes that covered the rear shock towere so we used plastic and duck tape so they could use it. They leaked and Todd was in the 3rd seat. Needed more tape in Lapaz. I put on over 150,000 miles before selling it.
this bronco was built by Bunderson and $300,000 spent. Wayne Perry needs to let it go to a good home if you know someone who wants to join the bronco club. All the broncos I built are still in use in Baja races. I have bought a few tailgates in Lapaz to get home after trail brain fades. With Kyle and Austin Robison and myself we won class 8 at the Baja 2000 in a Cherokee with a 6 cylinder that ran on pump gas with 1 chase truck, no trailer. Viva Baja!!
I looked over Wayne's Bronco not too long ago. That is one of the cleanest off road vehicles I have ever seen. Wayne told me it had around 200 miles in the dirt and by the looks of it I think it is the truth. Good luck with the sale, we thought real hard about purchasing it.
I have about 350k miles with over 100k miles of that since 1992 in Baja to the peninsula and back many times. It was my daily driver until 2002 when I got my F350. Now it is a trailered toy getting rebuilt.
Art - your bronco is a thing of beauty in simplicity... from the storage inside to the functionality out.
Wish the FA bronco was done for the 1000 this year, but hopefully she will be ready for our FA Poker Run next year or the NORRA or the 500. My pipe-dream is to take it on the trail of missions... just not sure I can justify the time/money at this point in my life. Certainly worth the time/money if you have it.
The Locos Mocos Bronco was super nice - whoever bought it made a good choice!