1977 Ford Bronco


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1977 Ford Bronco

After nearly 20 years of Donny’s Bronco being taken apart and rendered non-operational, it has been reborn in this new incarnation. Donny, though numerous interventions, unloads his old shell of a Bronco and purchases this newer 1977 version. This is a very original 1977 Ford Bronco with paint and a not too much else changed since it rolled off the assembly line. Enjoy the ultra cool ‘Buck’ Spare tire cover.

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A Boy and his Bronco


Donny’s 1977 Ford Bronco

The Last Ride (Caution this contains highly emotional content)

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5 Responses to “1977 Ford Bronco”

  1. Peter J. says:

    Hey Donnie,
    I cut my teeth driving a 66, 289 c.i. Bronco. I was 14 years old and this vehicle scared me in the turns. When I was 16, I was snow plowing driveways in the winter here in Minnesota and 4 wheeling in the northern woods to lakes in rough country. That is when I fell in love with the Ford Bronco. I totally get it. I have many great memories with my dad’s Bronco that will last forever. I am now 57 and wish that Ford made this vehicle again.

  2. Scott says:

    Hi guys,

    I bought a ’67 bronco back in the mid ’90’s. Still have it. It’s been an on going project that I work on when I have a few extra bucks and a few extra hours. It was my daily driver for 10 years, and it was great. At this point it has Power steering, Power disk brakes, a dana 44 front axle, and EFI from a ’91 mustang. Runs like a dream and I still love it.

    I really enjoyed listening to this carcast, andI totally understand everything Donnie said about his old Bronco, except for the 351 cleveland engine part. Why not just get a 351 windsor?

    That’s a great Bronco, Donnie. Enjoy the hell out of it.

  3. Frank Rizzo says:

    Woo hoo!!!. Love the pics of the BMW in Laurelwood. Have any pics of the Boss 302? :)

  4. goatfucker says:

    funny, great story, great truck. thanks guys

  5. Chris says:

    Not a single sillouette or rear pic?

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