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New bronco       #: 2207
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 Posted: Thu Dec 24th, 2020 03:33 am
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I know, I was just shocked to see one and surprised at how small they actually are.



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 Posted: Thu Dec 24th, 2020 05:07 pm
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bronco Sport doesn't count!!! LOL
Damn things, Ford what are you doing??? The BII never should have been called a bronco neither should the new sport! If the top doesn't come off its not a real BRONCO!! I should know I took the underdog of all ford 4x4's and made it my own (Bronco II)



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Ford should have called the 2 door Bronco the Sport like the 2 door Explorer was called the Sport.



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I liked the Explorer and Navajo 2 dr, wouldn't mind one.
The new Bronco Sport is a POS at best.
As the new Ranger and above all else the new Mustang 4 door... WTF is Ford thinking.

Not sure what is happening with the auto industry, Trucks are way over priced, vehicles are all looking the same , all have the same drive systems and what are called different engines, and where the H--- does the auto industry think all of this money is coming from !
To make matter worse, all of the older vehicles, BII, Explorers, Rangers, are all going through the roof, everyone wants a piece of the GREED !

OK too much said, maybe, I think the days of the 4 Wheel Drive Off-Road Vehicles are almost a thing of the past.

Later all, have a great Christmas !

Last edited on Thu Dec 24th, 2020 08:51 pm by Scrambler82



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I saw an ad about a Ranger Raptor while I was in south Florida lost week. I was off the grid but it sounded promising.



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I've started thinking about trading the Ranger in on a New 2-door bronco.

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