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1973 Ford Bronco - DNA Splice Photos

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The end result may look beautiful, but it does not tell the full story, nor show evidence of the intense amount of work done to make this Bronco run. It was definitely a labor of love for Todd, who built almost the entire vehicle himself, along with the help of a few friends to lift the body and do engine work. Not only was it necessary to build custom motor mounts, spring hangers, and crossmembers, but the fiberglass body was molded extremely poorly, necessitating hours and hours of fiberglass work before eventually spraying the red paint at home.
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