There's not much "Bronco" left to Brandon's tubed-up Ford save the front clip and grille, though the Windsor V-8 and C6 do remain true to Blue Oval heritage. A Warn 9.5XP winch resides on the front tube bumper, and rolling stock comprises 46-inch Mickey T Claws on 15-inch USA 6x6 rims.There's not much "Bronco" left to Brandon's tubed-up Ford save the front clip and grille, Hailing from Colorado, Brandon Lammers' '71 Bronco may be the closest thing to a "real-world" TTC rig in our field this year-that is, if you can get past the Rockwell running gear and 46-inch rubber. The engine and tranny are pretty much stock, the rig rides on old-school leaf springs, and Brandon estimates he's only got some $25 grand invested in his TTC contender. SpecificationsOwner name/city: Brandon Lammers/Monument, COOccupation: Tile setterVehicle model: 1971 Ford BroncoEstimated value: $25,000Engine/aspiration: 351 Ford Windsor V-8, Edelbrock EFI and intake, James Duff headers and glasspacksTransmission: Ford C6Transfer case(s): Atlas II four-speedSuspension (f/r): Semi-elliptical leaf springs, Rancho 9000 shocks/Semi-elliptical leaf springs, Rancho 9000 shocks Axles (f/r): 2 1/2-ton Rockwell/2 1/2-ton Rockwell; 5-ton rear axleshafts, Wilwood pinion brakes; full hydro front and rear steerAxle ratio: 6.72:1Wheels: 15-inch steel USA 6x6sTires: 46-19.5/15 Mickey Thompson Baja Claws Keepin' it simple. A pair of well-worn seats taken from a '91 Mitsu Eclipse and a Grant GT steering wheel adorn the Bronco's Spartan interior. The twin sticks for the Atlas 'case are placed high on the tranny hump to better accommodate the lever-actuated hydro-steering box beside the driver seat, and an Edelbrock Pro-Flo module on the dash monitors injection rates. A glimpse under the front end shows Brandon's unique suspension setup: Inverse-mounted quarter-elliptic leaf springs on pivoting extended shackles, with a single Rancho 9000 on hand for damping duties. The 2 1/2-ton Rockwell is stopped by a Wilwood and powered by an Atlas four-speed turning owner-fabbed driveshafts.A glimpse under the front end shows Brandon's unique suspension setup: Inverse-mounted qua The rear suspension is similar to the front, though the inverse-mounted leaves mount straight off the axletubes rather than employing blocks. A pivoting triangulated torque arm helps to locate the 6.72:1-geared Rockwell axle, which is stuffed with 5-ton internals, and one Rancho shock at each corner damps the ride.The rear suspension is similar to the front, though the inverse-mounted leaves mount strai Nothing fancy underhood. The Bronco's 351 Windsor's internals were left stock, though parts from Edelbrock assists with injection and intake chores, and Duff headers and glasspacks help to adios the stinkies. The Ford's electrical system received upgrades courtesy of Accel and Optima, and MSD wiring replaces the stock snake's nest.Nothing fancy underhood. The Bronco's 351 Windsor's internals were left stock, though part Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!