Sorry no Bronco...but I don't really have a crew to play with!
Thanks Jerod!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!
I don't know, It has 4 doors Travis, lolHope you guys dont mind seeing my baby Bronco! It has Dana 44's from an 85 Bronco, a full size 8.8, 4.88 gears, coilovers up front and Deavers/triple bypass's in the rear. Still feels nimble like a small truck, but has the strength of a full size. I get great fuel mileage and I can truly drive it to the dirt, hit some trails, and drive home with the family and the ac pumping.
Yes. That is what is appealing about the Broncos for me. Short wheel base so it will go anywhere (not as fast in the rough) but you can usually cycle 18-21" usable wheel travel with very minimal (comparably speaking) fabrication while keeping 4x4 intact.Do most Bronco "Prerunners" keep an operating 4x4 system?
I know this is a Bronco thread, but I would love to see more of your Blazer.