Recent Early Bronco News
 

  • Fabulous Fords Forever!!!

    February 28, 2015

    Registration is open now for FFF in April.

    So far, more Broncos have registered than any other single class of Ford – AWESOME!!  If you are in the So Cal region on April 19th, you need to either (A) register and put your Bronco on display, or (B) come to Knott’s for the day and walk around nearly 2,000 Fords of all years and models.  To register – just go to the calendar on this web site and find the FFF listing in April.  And you MUST register before cut-off.  No on-site registrations.

    Ford has selected Scott Pruett to be there as the Ford spokesperson, and we often see Henry Ford III at FFF.  He is now heading up a new Ford group called Ford Performance which will group worldwide Ford performance efforts together.…

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A brief history of EBR
 

The Early Bronco Registry has it’s roots way back in 1981 with the founding of the Early Broncos Ltd. (EBL), the first Early Bronco club in the nation.  The EBL still operates in the San Diego CA area as an Early Bronco club.  Anyone living in that area is welcome to come to a monthly meeting (see the calendar on this site) visit with us and see if the EBL is an organization you would like to join.  Over the following years, the EBL became well known in the Bronco community.  So many folks contacted us with Bronco questions that individual responses became too much to deal with.  Consequently, the EBL officers created the Early Bronco Registry (EBR) in 1991 as a national Early Bronco Association that provided members with a regular newsletter called Horsing Around to share Bronco help. Horsing Around continues today as a feature section in Bronco Driver Magazine.  Today, in the internet age, we share Bronco information with this web site – your web site!  If you register here, you will become part of the Early Bronco magic by posting or reading questions, answers and discussions. Welcome!

Both the EBL and EBR are dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the 1966-77 Ford “Early” Bronco.  Join either one.  After all, YOU are the EBL and the EBR!

NOTE:  Everyone – including previous EBR members – MUST establish a new login Name and Password for this site using the link below.

Click here to become a member, it’s free!

 

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