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Whether parked or flying high through the air, the Early Bronco exudes a coolness few other off-road vehicles achieve. Ryan knew that this Bronco was going to push big power, big tires and big travel. In order to do this he had to reconstruct the Ford from the ground up. Portions of the stock frame have been retained while the majority has been cut, notched and gusseted for strength. The body is made of part fiberglass and part steel where more support was needed. The rollcage (front to back) is made of 4130 chromoly tube and plate. When all of the bodywork was finalized, a fresh coat of British Racing Green paint was laid down. KC Daylighter lights are the chosen weapons for night driving. A Ramsey winch was installed for safety.

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