96 Bronco Mud Puppy

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80's Bronco and 90's f150 baking soda mud. just for fun.

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awsome !! , dont understand the read paint though ,, i hope its still like the first pics ??

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Looks great ! Nice job.

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Stunner ! ! !

Gorgeous Mud work.

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red was before the mud.

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Very nicely done Jim!!! B)

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Looks real! Very nice.

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Nice! Great weathering. I'm so stealing ideas from this. :)

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Thanks guys. this was a labor of mud.

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I got the f150 cab and int. in a trade. minus the bed and a bunch of other things.

thanks for the comp's and comments.

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Awesome!!! (but aren't all Broncos?) Seriously, get job with both the buildup, year change, and mud effect.

A for the tail lights, you could aways tell people yours was Ted Nugent's Full Size after another upgrade. His is an early 80s with a "simple" front clip change (like your model). I too am converting an 80s to a late 90s Bronco... what a pain. Really wish one of the model companies would do it for us.

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Weathering is amazing on this. Great model.

DJ

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Killer Bronco! Excellent work on the conversion and weathering/mud. I'd like to do a similar conversion someday.

Awesome!!! (but aren't all Broncos?).

Couldn't agree more, John.

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Good job! Looks like it should.

B)

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GREAT MUD!!!

Real Nice Build... B)

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AWESOME! I love the stance and the MUD! By the way, where did you get the top-loaders?

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This is sweet, can i drive it. i want to go muddin in it.

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