Hi Guys! I had been wracking my brain regarding a next project~ I've done a few jeeps, so Gary said he'd like an early Bronco. So I sold our '59 Chevy truck and my '00 Dodge ram which gave me some working capital to get one going. Finding an early Bronco is rather perplexing to find(one in need of restoration) cause they're sold almost as soon as they're put on the market. One popped up a couple hours from us, so I bought it at 17.500. Kind of costly, but the darned things seem to be really high in just about any condition! The 302 does run and was said to have been recently overhauled, but I see no signs of it being overhauled/refreshed, I just figure I'd have it re-overhauled unless when I pull the valve covers and they're pristine, meh, I'd really rather have this be an automatic transmission I truly believe this was taken mudding before it was put on the market as it was MUDDY! I got it up on the maxjax lift and made an incredible mess pressure washing it as best I could. So at least this morning it will be cleaner when I begin dismantling it. I'd like it to be as nice as anything I've built. I could have joined a forum for Bronco's, but I feel I've been here and you guys kind of know me and you can help me along the way. Yes, it needs floor pans and the floors are covered with that thick rubbery stuff which I hope my sandblaster can remove.