We hold our monthly dinner meeting at 4:00 PM the first Sunday of every month (holidays and events may take priority) at the IHOP in Rancho Bernardo, CA. (Email EarlyBroncoRegistry@gmail.com to confirm a meeting for any particular month.)
This meeting is your chance to meet other Bronco folks and swap stories, tips or lies. Sit with us and chat until everyone has exhausted their woes or dreams, then we will conduct some exciting (ha!) business activities for the Early Broncos Ltd (our local club) or the Early Bronco Registry (our national association).
Anyone owning a Ford Early Bronco, or just interested in them, is always welcome. Bring your Bronco if you can, but it isn’t required. Plenty of parking.
Everything is free except the food you order – and your Bronco addiction. Join us in the back room.
Here is a link to a great description of the 2019 Ranger. Since the 2020 Bronco will be made on the same chassis, I suspect this article tells us 80% or 90% what the Bronco chassis and running gear will be like. Still guessing on the body.
Do you have a friend or family member that reminisces about a car from their past? Whether it was the ’68 Bronco they grew up riding around in with their parents, a Tri 5 chevy— the first car they ever bought or the 1969 Charger they had to sell when they fell on hard times… We are looking to ...
HERE IS A BRONCO DAZE 2017 OVERVIEW TENTATIVE SCHEDULE (10-12 November): • Friday all day – Free play runs. Select guided runs during the day. • Friday all day – Swap meet. See RV Space 80 for details and to post items. • Friday 4 PM – Potluck dinner. Everyone welcome. Bring a dish to share if possible. Details at RV Spaces 59/61. • Saturday all day – Swap meet. See RV Space 80 for details and to post items. • Saturday 8-9 AM – Group Photo Shoot. • Saturday 9-10 AM – Most runs leave • Saturday 7 PM (or after folks finish dinner) – Campfire. • Sunday – No formal events. RUNS: Go to RV Space 70 for a list and a map display for suggested runs. Folks that know the area may free play as they wish. For those not as familiar with the area, some runs will be guided. • 4X4 Training Area • Badlands • Calcite Mine • Coyote Canyon • Drop-off/Slot • Fonts Point/Palms • Grapevine Canyon • Metal Art • Mud Caves • Night Run (Who knows where?) • Pumpkin Patch/Palms • Squeeze • Truckhaven Hills COMMUNICATIONS (Please bring a radio if you can!): • Cellular coverage is decent, but not everywhere. • CB Channel 8 for Bronco Daze activities, even in camp. • Ham Radio 145.660 MHz Simplex for in-convoy talking. • Ham Radio 146.670 repeater (103.5 PL) for coverage of most of our 4WD area. DASH PLAQUES & REPLACEMENT 50th GRILL BADGES: RV Spaces 59/61 to buy plaques ($5) or replace defective Grill Badges (trade in your bad one). See you soon at the Palm Canyon Hotel and Resort. highwaywestvacations.com/properties/palmcanyon...