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The updated render looks great! Even more excited to see the real thing now. Have a feeling I'm going to be real torn between 2 and 4 doors assuming roof coming off and powertrain options are the same regardless of the number of doors.
Personally I think I'll like the 2 door look the best, but I will need a 4 door with my family. Also 4 door might ride marginally better.
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I don't allow my kids to open their own doors anyway. So I'll be pretty torn on the number of doors LOL
 

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I'm pretty sure if a Solid Rear Axle and V6 are your desires you should definitely be happy with the Bronco. I'm 99% sure it'll have both of those things.
Sorry, meant solid front axle and V6, but the front solid isn't a deal breaker for me.
 

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And I don’t mean the 4.88’s as something that could be offered, just an example of something ford could do that Jeep doesn’t.
 

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With 7th being overdrive
I think with 4.88s it would have to be an over-overdrive lol.

My buddy had a 4.0 Jeep with 37s and I believe 4.56(?) I'd have to verify that, maybe been lower (higher numerically that is) and that thing screamed at highway speeds but it was the 3 speed auto.
 

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This thread is all history, NOW, but I will say that I’m disappointed with Ford choosing the "swept back" grill ends/headlight area. IMHO, the grill/headlights should have looked just like this.!
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