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Ford Performance/Jay Leno restore a 1968 Bronco

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Got this off Mike Levine's twitter...

Edited by silvrsvt

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Good, about time Ford starts showing us more new products, maybe shoosh  a few  dogs on the Internet 

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5 hours ago, HotRunrGuy said:

Looking at the parts list and the upgrades, did they really restore anything other than the VIN tag?

 

HRG

 

I would absolutely love to have that Bronco, but yeah, not much original left there.  

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5 hours ago, HotRunrGuy said:

Looking at the parts list and the upgrades, did they really restore anything other than the VIN tag?

 

HRG

 

Its like WW2 aircraft restoration-after all is said and done, the only the serial number is the same. 

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That's a lot of power for the OG Bronco... honestly it looks dangerously under tired with those skinny offroad tires. It's probably very fun to sling around but all that power and high center of gravity... better have good life insurance 🤪

 

Edit: It looks like it has a new chassis and body... basically just a Bronco VIN tag. Everything else is new so hopefully it has modern brakes (!)

 

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Ford Performance engaged the expertise of noted Bronco licensee Kincer Chassis to help restore the vehicle – Kincer built the chassis and installed the powertrain, including the aforementioned Ford Performance 5.2-liter supercharged V8 engine. 

Dennis Carpenter Ford Restoration Parts provided body panels, while SEMA Garage contributed its technical expertise in computer-aided design, 3D printing and calibration work. LGE-CTS Motorsports, the award-winning and women-owned shop, revived the body with new sheet metal, custom body mods, paint, and final assembly.

 

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