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FOR SALE Early Bronco Parts for Sale

Ed H

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Hello all,

I have reduced the price of the hoods (see below). I have also added a few pictures of the metal hood. Help them find a new home!

I have a number of early Bronco parts for sale with pics below:

Steering column* - with rag joint
Steering box* - Ford pickup 2WD with Borgeson shaft, rebuilt by Tom Lee, (includes Steering column and WH adapter bracket), $500
Wild Horses* steering box adapter bracket - cut off of frame

Ford 9" Detroit locker - 35 splines with 3.25" bearings (unused but previously installed on my new Early Bronco prior to upgrade to ARB locker), $500

Hood* - metal, $300 $250
Hood - Fiberglass, $225 $175
Tailgate* with all internal parts including license plate holder, $350 (Sold)

Transfer Case - off of a 67 so I think it is a T-shifter (Sold)

Rear axle assembly* - 4.56 gears with Detroit locker, 31 spline axles, and the larger drum brakes (Sold)
Rear axle assembly - 3.50 gears with open diff and 28 spline axles (not sure but I can check) (Sold)

*Items taken off of my old running Bronco

Please let me know if interested
 

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Daniel,

Great meeting you. Glad everything worked out.

Hope to see on the trails someday!


Ed
 
Hello all,

I have reduced the price of the hoods (see below). I have also added a few pictures of the metal hood. Help them find a new home!

I have a number of early Bronco parts for sale with pics below:

Steering column* - with rag joint
Steering box* - Ford pickup 2WD with Borgeson shaft, rebuilt by Tom Lee, (includes Steering column and WH adapter bracket), $500
Wild Horses* steering box adapter bracket - cut off of frame

Ford 9" Detroit locker - 35 splines with 3.25" bearings (unused but previously installed on my new Early Bronco prior to upgrade to ARB locker), $500

Hood* - metal, $300 $250
Hood - Fiberglass, $225 $175
Tailgate* with all internal parts including license plate holder, $350 (Sold)

Transfer Case - off of a 67 so I think it is a T-shifter (Sold)

Rear axle assembly* - 4.56 gears with Detroit locker, 31 spline axles, and the larger drum brakes (Sold)
Rear axle assembly - 3.50 gears with open diff and 28 spline axles (not sure but I can check) (Sold)

*Items taken off of my old running Bronco

Please let me know if interested
Good morning, Ed!

I just got a '73 and need a metal hood. Would the hood your selling work for my Bronco?

Karin
 
Good morning, Ed!

I just got a '73 and need a metal hood. Would the hood your selling work for my Bronco?

Karin
The earlier hoods (66 - 68?) had a post for the windshield latch to allow the windshield to fold down and attach to the hood. The hood I have doesn't have the holes for the windshield latch, and I'm not aware of any other differences, so this one should work for you. Let me know if you're interested.

Ed
 
The earlier hoods (66 - 68?) had a post for the windshield latch to allow the windshield to fold down and attach to the hood. The hood I have doesn't have the holes for the windshield latch, and I'm not aware of any other differences, so this one should work for you. Let me know if you're interested.

Ed
Thanks for the additional info. I've reached out to my guy and will let you know as soon as he responds. Where are you located?
 
I'm in Torrance. I'm not sure if I can PM you with contact info, but if you're interested, we'll figure something out.
 
Oh, it looks like private message can be sent via what they call a conversation on this forum ...
 

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