A littler change of pace for brunch or with grilled oysters ....Secret remedy for production enhancement.
That looks interesting! I'll have to try that.A littler change of pace for brunch or with grilled oysters ....
Quite untrue for the Early Broncos. In fact, the highest selling trucks are almost always very highly customized with the lone exception of the Stroppe-built ones. It's a "different kind" of market. And there are no numbers to match on these...if you are really concerned about that kind of detail, you need only have block casting number that precedes the build date by a bit. I've been building and collecting the 66-77s for a long time. I have 5 currently..You aren't thinking that you will fetch anything near that, are you? Those cars/trucks are mint, matching numbers, etc.
This '67 sold last year at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas (Lot# 427) for $64,900. Here is the information from the listing:
"This original Montana survivor underwent an extensive no-expense-spared, two-year restoration. It features a classic, uncut look. It is equipped with the factory-original, fully performance-built 289ci engine with 125 test miles, featuring a 0.060 over bore, new Comp cam, new Edelbrock intake, new Holley carburetor and new headers. It is pushed by its original, fully restored transmission and transfer case. Other features include new aluminum radiator, Tom's Bronco power steering kit, all-new brakes and new Ford 9" rear end. It has a custom Flowmaster 2.5" dual exhaust that sounds fantastic. It also features five new Fuel Anza D558 wheels shod with Toyo Open Country M/T tires under a new 2.5" suspension lift from Tom's Bronco. The interior is sealed tight with new weatherstripping and seats refinished in nostalgic houndstooth with new foam on the original refinished seat frames, new carpet and new headliner. The dash was dismantled, painted, and treated to new knobs, pulls and a restored odometer displaying the original mileage. The Bluetooth-enabled RetroSound radio powering custom rear panels with 6x9” Kicker speakers and custom kick panel pods with 5-1/4" Kicker speakers sounds great accompanied by the amplified subwoofer. This is a one-of-a-kind showstopper."
Indeed it can be. I seem to be doing a good bit of that lately...and, at the same time, I've stopped abusing them on trails so much. ;-)sheet metal can be straightened or replaced