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Custom 1993 Ford Bronco Convertable 124k Miles

1993 Ford Bronco XLT

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: Convertible
Trim: XLT
Year: 1993
Mileage: 124012
VIN: 1FMEU15H8PLA80845
Color: Yellow
Engine: 5.8l
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Roundup, Montana, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
4-Wheel Drive, Convertible

Description for Ford Bronco 1993

this truck has been extensively modified and most of it was replaced with new Ford components. starting with the chassis it was repainted and had new chrome, a ram air hood and Ford lightning nose and bumper attached about 4 years ago, and I had bed liner applied at that time, a year later I used Eastwood thermal and sound deadening insulation from the firewall to the tailgate and lined the doors. i then added new charcoal carpeting and Corbou bucket seats, i replaced the door panels and steering wheel with new original factory ones, the only part of the interior untouched was back seat (intended to get it reupholstered) installed rear view camera and upgraded the sound system, added roll bars with padding and reinforced the convertible top with aluminum channels. then I went under the truck. I cleaned and stripped the frame and POR 15 about 80%, installed nerf bars upgraded the body where needed, converted the rear brakes to disc and rebuilt the fuel tank (sealed inside and POR 15 outside) added a new motorsports sending unit and Hi flow pump.in addition, it has new 16 inch allow wheels and Wrangler RTS tires, I replaced most of the lights with LED and added a Convertible top. for the engine it was rebuilt, and i installed GT 40 Aluminum heads, Edelbrock intake, MSD distributor and coil, new Accel fuel injectors to work with heads, has ford racing aluminum valve covers and the exhaust system is all Bassani stainless from the emission control headers/and Cat to tail pipe. the emission system was replaced with new ford parts, the firewall was insulated. the starter and alternator are new as well. I have been working on this truck as my personal toy for several years now, put only the best into it, and i believe i still have receipts for over $15K worth of parts in glove box the parts are almost all motorsports or ford racing. the problem I had was when I installed a Mass Air Conversion kit, i am not good with electronics so I took it to a local mechanic who held on to the vehicle fo a year and did nothing with it, I then found an electrician that informed me the computer was burnt. so I am currently attempting to order a new/rebuild one but have to wait until the holidays are over for a replacement. I personally have run out of time and must return to school to finish or the VA will stop paying so my choice are simple, sell it to someone who can finish it and has the time/knowledge or let it rot for a year+other than the computer it will need 101 small things done as well, off the top of my head it need the timing set, the new door panels need to be drilled for the door lock/window bezels to be mounted, LED lights need resisters installed, rear seat belts need to be installed on the bench seat, and camera needs to be re-hooked up (unplugged when fuel tank was restored) over all its an awesome truck but i just ran out of time, currently the truck is at the electricians shop (about 87 miles from me) once back i will submit more pics of the interior overall the vehicle is beautiful but a bit dusty