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Buckin' Broncos

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Some of you may already catch on by now that despite my passionate love for exotics, I enjoy some odd classics from time to time. The Polara Max Wedge I showed a week and a half ago is a perfect example and now we have another.

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Roughly only a mere 2 people here on LaLD knows that I like the Ford Bronco, specifically the older classic Broncos. I just find them to be one of the coolest trucks on the road, it’s design is down to Earth but purposeful which I respect greatly.

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I recently acquired my second Ford Bronco by GL, a 1968 model courtesy of samanosuke817 through HWEP and I absolutely adore it. My first Bronco is a 1976 model stripped down to be a rugged Baja Runner finished with bed mounted spare wheel and roof mounted spotlights. The 1968 model is a civilian model with windshield and wipers and backseat so extra friends can tag along for some open top trail exploring in the sun… well…

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…sometimes mother nature have other things in mind…

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And to prevent what happened to Vdubyajohn’s Bronco:

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“You shall not pass!!!”

Let me know which Bronco you like the most as well as which photo out of my batch of terrible weather ruined photos you like. See you all in the next post.

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Cheers!

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