In most modern vehicles, even if you leave the vehicle headlights in the "on" position, they will automatically turn off after some preset time when you turn the vehicle off. It's not like the old days where you leave your headlights on and the battery is going to run down.
@Rickperry any status updates you can give those us that are interested. It seems that you got a pretty high interest from this thread. Are you planning on producing these and selling? If so, any estimate of timing and pricing?
As the former governor of Texas and the past Secretary of...
Just curious what the under the hood looked line on finished production models. Did Ford put the obligatory plastic engine cover or did they leave it a mess of hoses and cables as we have seen in the pre-production models?
How many of you have called 911 when you hear someone's car alarm going off?
How many of you have even gone to check out a vehicle who's car alarm is going off?
How many of you, when hearing someone's car alarm going off, just wish it would stop?
What sort of fantasyland do you live in that you thought that reserving and ordering in March that you would get your Bronco 5 months later?
Hope your boat's a john-boat, given the Bronco's towing capacity.
They sure are. I was by there on Monday and they let me drive your Bronco. I only took it out for about an hour. Noticed there was a whistle come from the drivers side mirror. You should probably get that checked out. ;)
Let me see. You ordered a soft top knowing that it didn't come with hook-ups for wiper and washer fluid. So when Ford is trying to incentivize people who don't have build dates yet, that ordered a MIC top, to switch to a soft top with the prep package, you think you should get the prep package...