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    Forest find Bronco

    So a few weeks ago my club did a snow run to Uncle Tom’s Cabin. On the way, one member said he new of a 1974 Sport Bronco that was in the forest outside Georgetown. Well I found it today and bought it. I’ll be sourcing Brute for sure. It has the original paint but not in good shape, it’s been cut, but I plan on building it to wheel. If anyone knows of Bronco parts and resources, please let me know.CCB14541-2247-4550-920A-40E5E646F97A.jpg1793342B-BF4E-4671-9D49-D899E4341321.jpg9E697653-C33F-4531-92FA-60CA2DB476FE.jpg327CD057-1695-46B8-97E4-58EC59545CA8.jpgDB6BEAF1-5307-4E48-AF19-5E864BFF1E05.jpg863E77B9-7FB7-4D7D-915D-72F1A6B3CA06.jpg3AE2B387-DDBA-43BB-B6CB-B1983E9664A3.jpg

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    You are getting all the good barn finds and forest finds! congrats on the new project! Another one to follow


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    You are getting all the good barn finds and forest finds! congrats on the new project! Another one to follow


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    Thanks man,
    I have always regretted selling my 68, 31 years ago and I think I bought this one right considering the condition. Funny when your not looking...they are getting priced out of my range even for a pile of crap. Should have it running and ready to bring home by Saturday. Stay tuned brother

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    You know I’ll stay tuned and that’s crazy how classics are going back up in price like that


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    SUHWEET! I would love to have an oldie like that!
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    Jeff's Bronco Graveyard. I am sure Brute knows a few others as well. Nice find!


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    Toms bronco parts medford oregon

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    Jesus. Wtf is with you and the old barn finds? Share the wealth man!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird 11 View Post
    Toms bronco parts medford oregon

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    How did I forget that! Lol!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsouder53 View Post
    You know I’ll stay tuned and that’s crazy how classics are going back up in price like that


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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    SUHWEET! I would love to have an oldie like that!
    Quote Originally Posted by A.J. View Post
    Jeff's Bronco Graveyard. I am sure Brute knows a few others as well. Nice find!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird 11 View Post
    Toms bronco parts medford oregon

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Jesus. Wtf is with you and the old barn finds? Share the wealth man!


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    Thanks for the resources. Overlander, will do I am always looking but these last two came out of the blue.

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