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I am bored and thinking about Broncos. I am selling my Harley to get another early Bronco.
I was sitting here thinking about what mods I could do to an early Bronco for daily driving comfort. And I got to thinking about the inside. What I am wondering is:
Will the interior of a Bronco II fit the inside of an early Bronco?
I know the seats can be made to fit. Bit how hard would it be to modify the dash?
Could the steering column be bolted in?
Are the door flat inside on the Bronco II?
Can the door panels be mounted?
Will the carpet fit?

Yeah I am really bored :flipoff2:
 

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A bronco 2 interior is butt ass ugly.
EB's look fine the way they are.
 

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A bronco 2 interior is butt ass ugly.
EB's look fine the way they are.
I have to admit I have never looked at the inside of a Bronco II :shaking::D What I was hoping for was a newer vehicle look for the interior. I cant even do anything till I get one :laughing:
 

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You could put a late model EFI engine that makes more power than you need. :)
I plan on that already :smokin: I dont want to make it another project though. That would take me away from my Bronco buggy project, and my trailer project, and my patio project, and well ya get the picture :grinpimp: But I really do have to finish the BBQ pit project :D
 

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My next project is an EB with full width 1tons, and a supercharged 4.6L. It will be my next daily driver.

As for interior, really, they are already perfect. Comfortable seats, and a basic/functional dash. Good enough for me.

Cant wait. Trying to sell the Jeep.
 

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My next project is an EB with full width 1tons, and a supercharged 4.6L. It will be my next daily driver.

As for interior, really, they are already perfect. Comfortable seats, and a basic/functional dash. Good enough for me.

Cant wait. Trying to sell the Jeep.

Will the 4.6 bolt to a c4? Isnt that whats in the newer f150s?
 

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Will the 4.6 bolt to a c4? Isnt that whats in the newer f150s?
No it wont bolt up. You'll need a 4r100. Also the B2 is as ugly as everyone says they are inside. I have one, no interior left. :D
 

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BII and EB have different widths for the interior so you would have to make filler panels. Not to mention the dash face on a BII is much farther from the winshield when compared with the EB.

BII interiors are the same as the rangers of comaprable years.
 

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EB's with full width 1 tons :smokin:

This is where my 37 will sit. Body is obviously going to get cut, just wanted to see the stance...


The rotors are flush with the outside edge of the sheet metal..



The interior is these truck doesn't need to be changed - just install a nice stereo and DD the shit outa it.
 

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Heres my pile-o-junk

second though I dont think Ill change the inside. Here it is :smokin:


302, 3-speed, 9" Ford rear-end, Dana 20 Transfer Case, Dana 44 Front Axle

Additional Features:
* Hard top and soft top
* 33 x 12.5 x 15 BFG Mud Terrains on all 4 (+ spare)
* 15 x 10 Mickey Thompson wheels on all 4 (+ spare)
* 4.11 gears
* 31 spline axles, front and rear
* Detroit lockers, front and rear
* James Duff lift kit, 3.5"
* James Duff dual shock kit and 8 shocks
* James Duff steering stabilizer
* 11 leaf Wild Horse rear springs
* Fresh motor
* New Edelbrock aluminum intake
* New Edelbrock carburetor
* Ford SVO aluminum rocker covers
* Ford SVO aluminum air cleaner w/K&N filter
* G.T. Grant steering wheel
* James Duff 3-speed floor shift kit
* Full family roll cage
* New interior upholstery and door panels
* New interior carpet
* New interior rear quarter panels
* New door seals
* Power steering from F-150
* New power steering pump
* Power brakes
* New front brakes
* New CD player
* New heater coil, blower and housing, hoses, gaskets and heater valve
* New light switch
* True dual exhaust w/Flowmaster mufflers
* New front light gaskets
* 3-point safety belts
* New fuel pump
* Optima battery (red top)















 

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Oooooo. :smokin: :eek: :smokin:

Is that one you are looking at or you actually got this one?

LOVE the EB's. And old Fords.
 

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YUP, its mine. Its in the driveway now. I found out I cant get full insurance on it. I have to get an appraisal first. Or something like that. Due to it age. I spoke to a guy about the CTD for it. I am going to pick it up Sunday.
 

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YUP, its mine. Its in the driveway now. I found out I cant get full insurance on it. I have to get an appraisal first. Or something like that. Due to it age.
Call Allstate. For mine they just asked how much money I wanted it insured for, I told them, and it was a done deal. One of mine is in "collector" shape and I wanted it covered for big bucks, but Allstate was totally cool without having to pay for an appraisal.
 
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