1979 Ford Bronco XLT, 4x4, V8, nice truck!!!
XLT, 2 door SUV, 4x4, V8, Odometer reads 67,185, Automatic transmission,
Factory Air conditioning, bucket seats, tachometer, nice deep dish alloy
wheels, hood scoop, fender flares with pocket style, collector plates,
trailer tow package, nice tires, clean headliner and interior, clean truck
for the year and price!!!
blazer vs bronco 4x4 wheeling
wheeling offroad off road fail redneck fun ford chevy dodge toyota truggy
samurai buggy rock roll flip crash jump break
New Products from Jeffs Bronco Graveyard January 2012.flv
New products from the Bronco Graveyard including a fender protector with a
bronco on it and BRONCO in script - very cool. The next products are wedges
to correct the pinion angle on lifted trucks - made of steel with 3
different angles and 3 widths available. A new license plate spring and
retainer clip are made from stainless steel and are exact reproductions.
Air lift kits are next - Made in the USA they are heavy duty and available
for a varity of trucks and Broncos. The web truck of the month is Rick
Cassatt's 79 clean stock orange truck with tasteful upgrades.
1979 Ford Bronco with 408 Stroker
This was my high school autos project. It was a 351M but I bored and
stroked it to a 408. It also has a high performance street cam as well as
some other goodies.
The Phoenix: Ted Nugent Bronco [S5 Ep.3-3]
There is a saying that for every good side of something , there's also a
dark side. Today on GEARZ, Stacey goes there as he reveals what to do when
bad things happen to good projects. Using Ted Nugent's old broken down and
discarded Bronco as an example, he shows how to start over and re-kindle
the passion in a project that has been given up on by everybody else. If
your project has been stolen or stripped, or has become stranded by hard
times, sometimes all it needs is a little change of direction to get it to
rise out of the ashes and soar again. If Stacey can get Ted's old Bronco to
rise like a Phoenix out of the ashes and fly again, you can do the same
thing with your project too! You just have to roll up your sleeves and get