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NSR: Just found and bought a hidden gem!
Gentlemen (and yes I use that term loosely) Finally! I have found the truck to park next to the Stroker I've been looking for... Introducing my 1979 BRONCO! 37,000 original miles, 400 6.6L, 4.11 in the back dana44 in the front, and T18. Super excited to start getting under that hood
2004 F350 XL 6.0L
1979 Bronco Ranger XLT 6.6L
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Congratulations J_Man she looks a jem the interior is in great condition , your lucky to find a vehicle of that vintage with so few miles.
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03 F250 4x4 CC 7.3ltr 4R100HD rebuilt, 160,000 Klms
GTP38R Turbo, WW2, Turbo-master , IH Bellowed up pipes, RiffRaff CAC boot kit, AIH delete, Foil delete.
4" Turbo back exhaust ,Banks power elbow, LPG (Gas over diesel) DP F6 tuner, 40hp tow, 60hp tow, 80hp tow, 60hp, 80hp, 120hp race, Decel, 1200 RPM.
RiffRaff 6637 intake ,pre filter, Snorkle
Custom made trans cooler with twin thermo fans ,water to oil cooler
Scangauge 11,AutoMeter Trans temp, pyro ,Water/Oil temp, Fuel Pressure, Boost.
Longrange 120 ltr fuel tank and transfer pump, 15,000 lb winch, Warn winch bar, Lightforce HID spot lights, HID headlights, Black Widow Drawer System, Snugtop Canopy with gull windows, Fr & Rr ARB Diff locks,MAG-HYTEC diff covers, MAG-HYTEC Deep pan trans cover,Hornblaster Train horns, Chassis mount transmission filter, Post fuel pump filter, RiffRaff FRx and HPx , Bilsteins x4, Onboard compressor , Air tank and water traps, Billet door handles, Alpine headset, Alpine overhead DVD player, Rockford Fosgate sub, Alpine amp and CD changer.
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I think the best thing about the vintage cars would always be their interior. You're in luck! She's a beauty!
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