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I have not built anything 4x4 since the early eighties when monster trucks were all the rage, must have built 20 or more! So while looking over the selection at HL I came across this Bronco, what the hey, it's time to go off road. Just not stock!! Here is a mock-up of where I want to go, looks like I'll need a small body lift kit, maybe some blocks under the suspension.


And NO small block!!!

Stay tuned.



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33 minutes ago, Zippi said:

I saw that kit at HL.  Looking pretty kewl so for KK.  What wheels and tires are those off of?

Bob, tires are American Satco, and the wheels are from a Monogram El Camino.

13 minutes ago, NOBLNG said:

Sounds like a good plan to me! I have a couple of these, so I will try be watching with anticipation.👍

Thanks Greg. will try my best to get this one finished.

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I got this far on the kit engine when I decided it was not going to work for me..


So I  dug around and came up with a 427 from a T-bolt, all it needed was a rear sump oil pan, so I made one. still a little rough but getting there,


Fills the engine bay real nice, eh?



So, until the next update.


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On 10/25/2021 at 9:58 AM, mchook said:

I like what you're doing here. Keep it going, it's gonna be cool!

Thanks Mark, will do.

Here is a small update, fitting the FE in place.


I'll be putting this one to the rear of the build order, I want to finish my 34, and it's that time of year when model building times gets hit pretty hard, next years firewood to cut, and another million chores to do before winter.



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