My dream has come true! (New Old Classic Bronco's!)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Brinker88, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. Yeah, the bodies are shot. That's why you do all your own body work. A buddy of mine rebuilt a 65 mustang that had no floors, barely any fenders left, and fabricated most of the stuff on there and finished it for under $28,000. That was after buying everything top of the line too. The key is knowing people that can hook you up with parts.
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  3. lol Craig... You really must not do anything better Brad, you can get a nice starter for $4500 and work your way through it. I'll say you can have it fully built for around $30,000 tops.
  4. those old cars and trucks are out here and pretty much rust free too
  5. Yep. No salt like up north here.
  6. OP

    Brinker88 Black sheep o' the family

    That's it! Im moving to Arizona
  7. ^ good, I will wait to do a BL until you get here , If you hook up a trailer clinton will be hiding out in it for the trip down here!

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