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Okay fellas, managed to get this done today. Lots of detail on this one from Fireball Modelworks:

Front early Bronco grille “plain version” 1966-70 turn signals.

Early Bronco tubular front bumper (high winch mount)

9600lb winch kit

Early Bronco tubular family roll bar.

Early Bronco rear tube bumper with tire carrier.

1st generation Bronco exterior décor set (Bronco scripts).

Spare tire cover.

Holley carburetor.

48” Farm Jack.

1st generation Bronco 2” lift kit.

BF Goodrich tires.

15 x 8.5 MT Classic III wheels.

Additional details include metal muffler tips, Detail Master Piston grip for the stick shift, heater hoses, RB Motion fittings and braided fuel line, carpeting, Puerto Rico license plate, Detail Master Tachometer, Replicas and Miniatures valve covers, wired distributor with spark plug boots, front seats were taken from the Revell 2013 Mustang 302 kit, Detail Master racing harness photo etch set and different steering wheel from my parts box. There are other small photo etch details as well. Body color is decanted Tamiya Silver Leaf with Testors Wet Look Clear. Certainly a fun build!

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Beautiful execution of aftermarket pieces and detailing resulting in a Bronco with great attitude. Congrats Misha

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Another great one Cruz. Lots of cool aftermarket parts and a nice color choice.  You and I need to get together and go four wheeling sometime, lol. Keep 'em coming.

Jeff

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That is one serious Roll Bar setup. Very clean looking build. Excellent paint work and I like all the after market goodies you added. 

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Another excellent build.  The red interior and silver contrasts nicely.

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Top Drawer................ that is excellent !!

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Another great build Marcos.

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Thank you fellas, really appreciate all of your comments.............

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Wow! Nice Build! Very clean build. 👍

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Excellent Bronco with that just right "Don't mess with me" attitude.  Love it.

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Marcos, that is a wonderful looking Bronco!  Man, that is one clean build.  Really like the painting, too.  Very realistic!

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Beautiful work as always, the red interior contrasts very well with the silver color on the body. What five point harness did you use for the interior? I am looking for something similar for use on a race car. 

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Hi!

Very clean and detailed. World class, bravo!

Your carburator seems very well engraved/detailed? What is the provenance?

CT

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That is VERY impressive. A lot of extra details that a person might want in a 1:1 vehicle, but few would think of in a model, like the extra headroom roll cage and the step ends on the bumpers. Terrific planning and execution.

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