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Car & Driver, halogen lights in 1965?? I don't think so. The bolts are not aluminum and Grade 8.8 is not the same as a Grade-8.
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The 2021 Bronco lead designer, Paul Wraith, states the Bronco contains a few Easter eggs. People should look around their vehicles for surprises that have been built in. One of those is the image of a 1966 Bronco etched into the rear glass, which only the driver can see through the rear-view mirror.

OMG how cool is that! Take my money!!

P.S. – Hey ride along representative, if you are reading this could you please sit in the driver’s seat and look at the rear glass through the rear-view mirror? Did you see the Easter egg?
 

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I guess I need to bookmark this thread so next year when I get my rig I will remember to look.
 

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I think the designer also mentioned that you would literally have to crawl under the beast in order to find some of the easter eggs. He has me very curious.
 

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I think the designer also mentioned that you would literally have to crawl under the beast in order to find some of the easter eggs. He has me very curious.
Yes! I suspect as we remove roof panels and doors we will find more. Let the quest begin.....
 

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Jeep owners must be thinking “imitation is the greatest form of flattery”. Bronco needs to set the new trend not copy it from others. Just my opinion.
 

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Jeep owners must be thinking “imitation is the greatest form of flattery”. Bronco needs to set the new trend not copy it from others. Just my opinion.
What are they copying that you are referring to? I'm not a Jeep guy...so does Jeep have glass etching of an old Jeep that only the driver can see or something?
 

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What are they copying that you are referring to? I'm not a Jeep guy...so does Jeep have glass etching of an old Jeep that only the driver can see or something?
The “easter egg” treasure hunt has been a jeep thing for a while. Plenty of you tube videos out there.
 

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Jeep owners must be thinking “imitation is the greatest form of flattery”. Bronco needs to set the new trend not copy it from others. Just my opinion.
You think Jeep is the only company that puts Easter eggs in their vehicles?
 

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You think Jeep is the only company that puts Easter eggs in their vehicles?
I know there are many that do but they only time I ever hear about is from Jeep owners. Just seems to me like the Bronco is trying to hard to copy something that is played out. Again just my opinion.

Obviously many will disagree with my opinion and that is ok.
 

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I know there are many that do but they only time I ever hear about is from Jeep owners. Just seems to me like the Bronco is trying to hard to copy something that is played out. Again just my opinion.

Obviously many will disagree with my opinion and that is ok.
Just don't look for them when you get your Bronco then. Problem solved.
 

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Jeep owners must be thinking “imitation is the greatest form of flattery”. Bronco needs to set the new trend not copy it from others. Just my opinion.
from what i understood, the bronco will have have them in spots that are not really accessibly and sometimes only found when parts are removed or swapped out with different accessories. ie: they won't be so easily found like OP posted, only through the rear view mirror you'll see it.
 

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The “easter egg” treasure hunt has been a jeep thing for a while. Plenty of you tube videos out there.
Putting “Easter eggs” in products is not limited to Jeeps, or even cars. 🤦‍♂️
 

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The tie downs look like the grill and head lights. Sorry for the blurry image. Couldnt find a clear pic of it
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