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I dont' have photoshop skills but I can sketch. Regular cab Bronco Pickup with bench seat and a 6 foot divorced bed. I wouldn't even care if they called it a Ranger.
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Just what I was talking about... I'm not sure what there is not to love about that truck.
 

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I dont' have photoshop skills but I can sketch. Regular cab Bronco Pickup with bench seat and a 6 foot divorced bed. I wouldn't even care if they called it a Ranger.
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Holy hell that's it . . . that right there is fuggin' IT!

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Looks amazing
This would be easy. Buy a two door. Modify the roll cage. Mic/fiberglass top. And a removable bulk head. Just like in the original. If I could get one of those f---ed up throw away tops I could make one.
 

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That’s badass! Love my ‘68 half cab!
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Beauty. Still three on the tree or other transmission? Hot rodded engine? And the big question: Does it still have vacuum wipers?
 

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NV 3550 5-speed manual, rebuilt original 289 with Edelbrock top end kit, headers, etc. now puts about around 365 HP, and…..vacuum wipers long gone!
 

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NV 3550 5-speed manual, rebuilt original 289 with Edelbrock top end kit, headers, etc. now puts about around 365 HP, and…..vacuum wipers long gone!
Perfect updates while keeping its soul.
 

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Looks amazing
This would be easy. Buy a two door. Modify the roll cage. Mic/fiberglass top. And a removable bulk head. Just like in the original. If I could get one of those f---ed up throw away tops I could make one.
I'm not sure I would mind keeping the roll bars. Might not look like the orignial half-cab, but I love the Filson build and it still has the roll bars.

@Toccoa what's the chance you can photoshop me an Eruption Green 2-door Black Diamond Half-Cab hack with the roll bars still on it?
 
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