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Old 07-19-2012, 12:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1996 FULLY BUILT Bronco- 408w, DynaTrac 60, 14B, ARB's, Coilovers, 4-Link..& 'glass!

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I'm selling what probably would be considered the most built fullsize Bronco in the country. Some may have followed the build threads on FullsizeBronco.com over the past 5-6 years. This Bronco has the best parts money can buy coupled with outstanding craftsmanship. I will have a few more wheeling photos to coming the first week of August. I will be attending the annual Fullsize Bronco dixie chapter's R.I.T.S (Run In The Sun) wheeling trip on July 27-29 with this rig.

Anyway...I have drooled, salivated, and fapped over this Bronco for many moons. I almost got the chance to pick it up a year ago from ZDaily. But the timing was just off and he was in Oregon and I'm in GA. I was finally able to pick it up from the guy who bought it from him in FL since it was closer. The guy really had absolutely no intentions of wheeling it. He bought it solely to have something to just "drive" to the "redneck yacht club" event down in FL. Needless to say he was not short on cash, let me tell you. He had several toys over $100k....(bay boat, SRT VIPER, 2013 GMC Denali 3500 & matching black Escalade for the wife). Not to mention the ocean front mansion in Port Charlotte.

But like everything in life that you love, sometimes it just has to go. I own a recovery & towing business and business is picking up so I seem to never have the time to take it out. It seems wasted just using it for groceries. Not to mention the closest park to me is 2 hours. The one 35 mins from home was just closed.

So with that being said, I'm looking to sell/trade. I'm looking for $20k in cash/trades.

Trades I'm interested in: (not looking for any hardcore wheelers. As I have mentioned....no time/space).

Possible DD Trades:
- Lifted 4 door JK (must be auto)
- Lifted FJ cruiser (not maroon, green, or yellow)

Possible Cruiser Trades:
- 100% fully restored early bronco w/ PS & PB. Preferable to uncut Rangers and Sports w/ full interiors & A/C. Must be EFI & auto.
- 69-71 Chevelle SS
- 65-67 Lincoln Continental completely murdered w/ hydro and warmed 460
- 69/70 Boss Mustang (I can dream... )
- 78-79 Ford F350 CC. Diesel swaps are a (+)
- Turbo'd Notch Foxbody. Must be immaculate. *plus cash*

Partial Toy Trades:
- Lifted golf cart *plus cash*
- 2011+ RZR XP 900 *plus cash*
- 2007-2010 Buell XB12r *plus cash*


Please pm if you'd like my email or phone # to discuss and questions you may have. Or you can post them up here.

Anyway. On to the specs........

MOTOR:
1996 351W Roller block
408 stroker w 4” crank and Probe 6.0 rods
All bearings coated upon assembly
Fluid Dampner crankshaft pully
Ford Motorsport crank girdle
Canton Oil pan
Canfield CC’d & port matched aluminum heads
Roller rockers
Crane Compucam
Comp valve springs
Edelbrock upper / lower intake, port matched to heads
BBK throttle body
80MM Mustang Mass Air Meter
Custom UMP air cleaner matched to Mass Air Meter
24lbs Motorsport injectors
Bassini Headers and High flow Y pipe with hi-flow cats
Custom mandrel bent 3” exhaust w/ high clearance tip
All exhaust components were ceramic coated from header flange to tip.
Heat shields and high temp sleeves on all plug wires
Accusump Pre-oiler, oil pressure monitor
Remote mount oil filter
Custom dyno tuned by Blood Enterprises

TRANSMISSION:
Built ATS E4OD
Twin Disc Billet converter
All internals upgraded with Powerstroke parts if available
Trans Go shift kit installed and set up by Trans Go Engineer
Deep oil pan
B&M Supercooler with aux fan
All cooler lines are braided stainless steel
Manual converter lock up switch

T-CASE:
Atlas 4 speed transfer case
Rourke rear support
Custom rear flange with VSS sensor for speedo and trans shift points

DRIVELINES:
Tom Woods one ton driveshaft, all 1350 except rear at 14 bolt which is 1410
Spare set of High Angle one ton driveshafts

AXLES:
Front is Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 with Superior chromolys
Stub Hub kit
Dynaloc hubs
5.38 gears
ARB with HD air line
One ton brakes

Rear is 14 Bolt
Shaved and plated
Custom HD rear diff cover
Yukon Chromo rear shafts
Blue Torchu
Fab rear bridge fully welded and tied into front flange with yoke skid
5.38 gears
ARB
Rear disc brakes with integrated parking brakes

SUSPENSION:
Duff front radius arms with Ballistic Fab 3.0 joints
Fox Racing 14” remote resi coilovers with 7/8th shaft,
Triple rate springs
Fox Racing hydraulic bump stops
Poly Pro limiting straps
Currie Anti Rock Sway bar

Rear is dual triangulated 4 link
Lower links are 2.25x.375 wall DOM
Upper links are 2.0x.250 wall DOM
Ballistic Fab Forged 3.0 Joints for lower arms
Ballistic Fab Forges 2.63 Joints for upper arms
Ballistic Fab 4 link brackets
Superlift 400 lbs/inch coil springs
Duff rear buckets
Custom lower buckets, spring captured top and bottom
Fox Racing 2.0 remote resi shocks
Poly Pro limiting straps

STEERING:
PSC hydro assist setup including new pump, steering box, assist cylinder and remote resi.
PS fluid cooler
Tie rod, drag link and track bar are all DOM. All steering joints are FK 7/8 rod ends

WHEELS AND TIRES
Spyderlock 20x10 beadlocks
RADS valves
40x15.50x20 Toyo MT’s

MISC:
New front leather "Bronco" script bucket seats from TBP
6 pt cage tied into frame
Mild 5" boatside with UHMW sliders
Autofab Fiberglass quick release fenders
Cervini Fiberglass hood
Custom high clearance mirrors
Dual thermostat controlled E-fans with manual switch
CRL slider windows in rear top(very rare. only found in a few select 80's models)
Soft top
Full skid plated underside
F350 Master cylinder and booster
Steel braided brake lines
All breathers routed to engine compartment
Mastercraft rear suspension seat
Custom Tuffy locking center console
Art Carr gated shifter in custom console
Auto Meter gauges
Painless Aux fuse box
Uniden Pro 520 XL CB
(2) Brand New Optima Deep Cycle Blue Tops
Painless dual battery control
Alpine head unit with DVD/Sat/GPS
3 amps built into floor with cooling fan
Focal 3way speakers in doors with tweets
3 ways in rear seat area
2 10” subs in custom enclosure in rear cargo area
LED rock lights
LED interior lights
Warn 12000 lbs winch with synthetic line, aluminum fairlead
T-Max 9000 lbs rear winch with synthetic line, aluminum fairlead
Mobi-Arc 150 on-board welder with high output 3G alt
Euro Clear Headlights with 6k Hi/Lo HID's
LightForce HID lights with 2 sets of covers/difussers
PIAA foglights
Compustar long range alarm with remote start
Tuffy lockable rear storage


I have a receipt binder with ALL RECEIPTS. Totals well over $50k. Bronco itself has only 82k miles on body and chassis. Engine/Trans/Driveline has less than 15k miles. The A/C still blows ice cold and you can cruise down the highway @ 70mph. I just drove it 8hrs from Port Charlotte,FL to Macon, GA.

On to the pics. Wheels are no longer black. Many more pics here...http://s754.photobucket.com/albums/x...nco/11-7-2011/


















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Old 07-19-2012, 12:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Here are a few links to some build threads over @ FSB.


SAS: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...&highlight=gkr

Rear 4 link Suspension / Tcase: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...&highlight=gkr

Mild Boatsiding / Rocker cut: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...&highlight=gkr

New 40 Toyos / Spyderlocks: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...&highlight=gkr

Autofab Motormounts: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=105838

Lockable Rear Storage: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...ad.php?t=90402

Flex-a-Lite 295 Install: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...ad.php?t=93468

AntiRock Swaybar Install: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...ad.php?t=93469

"Quick" Release Mirrors: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=101711

Rear Bumper Build: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=100039

Rear Seat Mounting: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=150412

On-Board Welder Install: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=155621

Rear Tire Carrier: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=168593

Fiberglass Hood Install
: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...d.php?t=147831

Center Console Build:http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...ad.php?t=88564

Radius Arm Redo: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...&highlight=gkr

Soft Top Install: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...&highlight=gkr

FOTY (Feature of the year) winner on FullSizeBronco.com: http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/...&highlight=gkr

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Old 07-19-2012, 06:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Amazing Bronco, good luck with the sale!
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Old 07-19-2012, 08:15 AM   #5 (permalink)
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This Bronco surely has it all. This thing was built with precision and finished with style. You cant drive this anywhere w/out people stopping to say "wow".

I encourage anyone who is interested to read through any of the build threads to see the attention to detail of how this rig was built.

Forgot to mention the Toyo's have atleast 85%-90% tread or better. Spare has never touched the ground.
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Maybe trade for a SXS plus cash....
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:30 PM   #8 (permalink)
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PM's returned. Still looking for cash or any of my listed trades
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Sorry, I will have some detailed pics this weekend.
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How bout a 2011 RZR XP900 w/17 hrs. Has Duner Tunes audio with 12" sub, Dasa Racing exhaust, Alba Racing intake/fuel controller, Fox Cognito Spec RC 2.0 shocks, Z Bros high clearance trailing arms/lower radius rods, ITP SS wheels/Maxxis Bighorn Tires, EZ Steer electric power steering, Custom DOM radiused cage, Warn 2500 lb "Mudproof" winch/synthetic line, Pure Polaris bare aluminum front bumper/Kragen HID lights, UTV Inc cooler/holder, UTV Inc extinguisher/cage mounted bracket. Think that's it. Has been side flopped, barely scratched powder coat on cage and bent sheet aluminum roof a bit. Slow flop, very minor.
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How bout a 2011 RZR XP900 w/17 hrs. Has Duner Tunes audio with 12" sub, Dasa Racing exhaust, Alba Racing intake/fuel controller, Fox Cognito Spec RC 2.0 shocks, Z Bros high clearance trailing arms/lower radius rods, ITP SS wheels/Maxxis Bighorn Tires, EZ Steer electric power steering, Custom DOM radiused cage, Warn 2500 lb "Mudproof" winch/synthetic line, Pure Polaris bare aluminum front bumper/Kragen HID lights, UTV Inc cooler/holder, UTV Inc extinguisher/cage mounted bracket. Think that's it. Has been side flopped, barely scratched powder coat on cage and bent sheet aluminum roof a bit. Slow flop, very minor.
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Here are a few pics. Sorry, no real flex pics but I will get some. It was hard on this trip as it was a club event w/ a "follow-the-leader" style riding. But nonetheless, here are some random ones that some fellow members took.

Loaded up heading to Durhamtown. This just gives you a glance of the rig at eye level.









Popped the top the next morning to soak in some sun



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Arial view of cock pit




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A few misc shots from the trails. Another member in front of it taking pics







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The front axle and the wheels/tires alone are $14k. Again, receipts from time of purchase until now.

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Just bought $300 worth of new joints for the rear links
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That Bronco really gets around, a guy in Washington State used to own it. Someone did a nice job building it.
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That Bronco really gets around, a guy in Washington State used to own it. Someone did a nice job building it.
A man by the name of Greg ( username: GKR ) built the rig. As a Bronco enthusiast for many years, I have watched him build this rig with a careful eye b/c it was built with no expense spared. It is the epitome of all-around wheeler. snow, rocks, mud, etc. I have wanted to buy this Bronco since 2005. I finally was able to when it was sold to a gentleman in Florida. Florida is alot closer to GA than Washington state. He was a very wealthy guy who bought it w/ no intentions of using it. He essentially bought it for looks.

I bought it to use and enjoy for a lifetime but middle Ga no longer boasts any private off road parks aside from mud bogs and I hate mud. So I feel its just way overbuilt for groceries. I actually halfway hope an apocalypse happens so I can use it......

I'm hoping to take it to Morris Mountain in AL this weekend in hope for some better pics but its not looking good. I'd like to trade for a SXS or a DD. Just something I could use more often.

Here is a few pics of parts and other Broncos I've had over the years. I'm a huge FSB fan. I'm not just a guy who bought a rig to resell. I have been actively trying to buy this for months.

Point blank.....there is no other Bronco that can compete with the level of engineering and design that went into this build. Be different. Jeeps and Yota's are everywhere.








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Nice Bronco. I went a similar route with my 90 and dropped about 17k into it. Yours would be what I would have liked to of finished with but decided to build a Jeep instead of swapping axles. The re sell on a FSB is hard though trust me. That being said you want a nice 99 TJ thats pretty built. Needs a full cage to wheel.

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Frank, I'm not looking for a TJ but thanks for the offer. There is 3x as much in this Bronco as your 90.
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Have always thought highly of this rig on FSB, despite the vintage. Sorry to see it leaving you and hope it goes to a good home that will have a chance to use it more. GLWS!
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