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Old 02-27-2008
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id say about 1000-1200 itd be a great beater truck
dude, that isn't a Jeep......
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yea i messed up nd i didnt notice till it sent.... i know its a freakin bronco 2
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$500 offer. depending on how it runs, around $750 max. Just my opinion, i wouldn't pay $1000+ or even $800+ becuase that'd be half of what i paid for my dd
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i bought mine for 250
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I say $1000 is a good deal for that if the engine is good, and the undercarriage/brake lines aren't rusted to shlt
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$750
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i do know that when you put a 460 in a BII it sounds like $hit
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1000 max...
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nothing. Wheel your truck.... it made for it. and im sure the truck is paid off to.
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nothing. Wheel your truck.... it made for it. and im sure the truck is paid off to.
I don't have my truck anymore.....I sold it today......so I am looking for smething to tool around in and wheel every now and then
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I don't have my truck anymore.....I sold it today......so I am looking for smething to tool around in and wheel every now and then
I can't believe you went through with it. Are they gonna join RF?
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I don't have my truck anymore.....I sold it today......so I am looking for smething to tool around in and wheel every now and then


WHY?!!?!?!

$750 sounds good.
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$750-1200 depending on how good the motor and drivetrain is AND if the floors and all are good
its obvious the doors are replaced and it has been off roaded so buyer beware
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I can't believe you went through with it. Are they gonna join RF?
i doubt it........i mentioned it..
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Maurice,

I paid $800 and if I left it alone and drove it till it died I think it would work out. I just like to make things solid and that 's what I'm doing. Rust...the dreaded four letter word, is the problem I'm facing now. Rubber parts are worn here and there as well, but the rust proofing of things (or at least rust retarding) is what is taking me forever. I say if you want a beater, go for it. It looks like all the panels on mine are original, but the fact you have newer doors is a plus in my book. The bottom of my doors have rusted badly, but not rusted out. I'm trying to figure out how to stabilize and repair them. At least compared to the Ranger, I'm finding the Bronco II to be a MUCH simpler beast. At least you have the tools and space to really tear yours apart and fix it up :)
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how about this one: (i can get it for $900)


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I can't see the pics....probley work internet filters
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looks clean from the pictures, but we cant really tell the condition over the internet.
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id buy a ranger....
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looks clean from the pictures, but we cant really tell the condition over the internet.
the guy selling it is susposed to get me more pictures today......

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id buy a ranger....
i wouldn't mind having one.....seems as though I can't find any Rangers in my budget that look as decent as the BII's......and with a BII i can use it when i get/have kids...
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Old 03-06-2008
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here is another that I am highly considering....it has a crank, fire, and no start problem, but I think I can fix that easily.....i think I can get it for $900-$1000 or maybe less.....he is asking $1200 for it.....

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and a couple more....

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I think the second one you posted looks the cleanest imo..

as far as pricing goes i would have no first hand experience with a b2.. but I'm sure how much people would pay varies by region ya know..
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It looks incredibly clean, I'd go for it if I knew anything about the engines.
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the second one got sold on Tuesday

i know a some about engines......i could fix it....

when I get the other pictures I requested, I might be heading towards Dayton, OH Sunday....
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