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If I was rich enough for a personal ride id get a CJ 7
 

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What you mean Jesse?
 

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At least the problem is circled.
Sounds and looks awesome.
Dout they will build it.
Lots of horses and torque for scratching the sh*t out of the paint in the bush
 

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Had a '81 Bronco with a 460. Traded a diesel generator for it. I was going to fix it up but got into quads and sold it. Like most things you sell from the past I wish I didn't sell that Bronco.

Wasn't cherry but it was pretty cool.

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Oh man that would be sweeeet!! We can hope and dream....I have a 1968 that will get rebuilt one day.
 

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I have a '73. Bought it in January of 1990. I keep wishing Ford would build a new one with proportions similar to the classic '66-'77, with a fully removable hard top and a basic interior that can be hosed out, but that won't happen.

The last concept they made was based on an FWD/AWD minivan platform that was being produced in Mexico or Brazil. It had unit body construction. It was kinda cool looking, but the specs read more like a mall crawler than a rock crawler.
 

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I have a '73. Bought it in January of 1990. I keep wishing Ford would build a new one with proportions similar to the classic '66-'77, with a fully removable hard top and a basic interior that can be hosed out, but that won't happen.

The last concept they made was based on an FWD/AWD minivan platform that was being produced in Mexico or Brazil. It had unit body construction. It was kinda cool looking, but the specs read more like a mall crawler than a rock crawler.
I remeber that concept. I thought it was the Escape platform, either way not a real Bronco chasis. When I do finally re-do my 68 I hope to build a clean daily driver.
 
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