@mgstaffordactive 1 year, 2 months ago
As we look ahead to 2016, will there be any fuss made over the first Early Broncos being 50 years old? With the right encouragement, I will up-grade my headlights and brakes and drive to Southern California, in the fall, from Southern Arizona. My purpose will be to find a ‘Ford Man’ with money.
Good to hear from you. I’m not sure this is the right way to reply, but . . .
We made good with our 320 mile round trip to Arizona Classic Bronco’s “Stampede”. Others had traveled a greater distance, but we got credit for having driven our Bronco from the farthest. There was a person there who spoke in promotion of your…[Read more]
My plan is to attend an Arizona Classic Bronco Club event on March 20 to 22. Reference: http://www.azbronco.org/stampede . After that, I will know better how much demand (and money) is out there. The advice I am following is: “Hold out for $20K.”
Thank you for your interest,
I am working toward getting my 1969 Bronco ready for sale. I bought it new, and have had it with me in the desert of Southern Arizona ever since. — No rust — Body work, paint job and newly rebuilt 302 engine were done in 2007. Pictures and contact information are at: http://mindbodytherapy.com/Bronco/Contents.htm .
I bought my Bronco new in 1969. Now, I must sell it. Pictures: http://mindbodytherapy.com/Bronco/Contents.htm