2022 HERITAGE PACKAGE (Everything it will most likely Include)

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Heritage Package:

Price: $2,295

INCLUDES:
-Oxford White Modular Hard Top
-Oxford White Door Handles
-Oxford White Limb Risers
-Heritage Package Exclusive Silver Colored Grille
-White Skid Plate

**Fenders and rims will NOT change to a white color.

You will be able to add the heritage package to your bronco in the same way you would add a vinyl decal package.

The 4-Door Cactus Grey is the best look at what the Heritage package will be.

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want to see it in Race Red of course, but this is the ticket right here! would have to change the flares to white though.
 

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lol. My immediate thought was that this is probably the best option to pick if you're trying to intentionally push yourself to the 2022 model year.
 

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Heritage Package:

Price: $2,295

INCLUDES:
-Oxford White Modular Hard Top
-Oxford White Door Handles
-Oxford White Limb Risers
-Heritage Package Exclusive Silver Colored Grille
-White Skid Plate

**Fenders and rims will NOT change to a white color.

You will be able to add the heritage package to your bronco in the same way you would add a vinyl decal package.

The 4-Door Cactus Grey is the best look at what the Heritage package will be.

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I think Wimbledon white would be better.
 

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Any proof? Or is this just a guess?
 

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Obviously based on feelings instead of facts.

As the painted roof is a $2K standalone option, a heritage package including those things would be closer to $5K (there needs to be profit baked in).

Also, you've forgotten the primary items that people would want in a heritage edition:

  • carpet delete
  • radio delete
    • Navigation delete
    • screen delete
    • GPS delete
  • power steering delete
  • ABS delete
  • vacuum assisted brakes
  • vacuum wipers
  • 6v electrical system
  • incandescent bulbs everywhere
  • Drive mode delete
  • back-up camera delete (violation of federal law)
  • airbag delete (probably also violates federal law)
  • manual transmission only
  • manual gauges throughout
I'm willing to admit that we don't know what generation Ford intendes to crib for their "heritage". Are we talking about the early 90's heritage?

  • If so then add cockroach interior materials and a CVS system to rob all power, but keeping a 12v system.
Or are we cribbing a 1960's Bronco for "Heritage"?
  • If so, then we're going to need a 2.0 ltr NA motor putting out 80 hp/200ft tq with a downdraft tube for crankcase ventilation.
 

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Obviously based on feelings instead of facts.

As the painted roof is a $2K standalone option, a heritage package including those things would be closer to $5K (there needs to be profit baked in).

Also, you've forgotten the primary items that people would want in a heritage edition:

  • carpet delete
  • radio delete
    • Navigation delete
    • screen delete
    • GPS delete
  • power steering delete
  • ABS delete
  • vacuum assisted brakes
  • vacuum wipers
  • 6v electrical system
  • incandescent bulbs everywhere
  • Drive mode delete
  • back-up camera delete (violation of federal law)
  • airbag delete (probably also violates federal law)
  • manual transmission only
  • manual gauges throughout
I'm willing to admit that we don't know what generation Ford intendes to crib for their "heritage". Are we talking about the early 90's heritage?

  • If so then add cockroach interior materials and a CVS system to rob all power, but keeping a 12v system.
Or are we cribbing a 1960's Bronco for "Heritage"?
  • If so, then we're going to need a 2.0 ltr NA motor putting out 80 hp/200ft tq with a downdraft tube for crankcase ventilation.
If I don't have to get out and lock the hubs manually I don't want it.
 

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This close to release? I bet its just a bundle of White top, marine grade vinyl, white painted grill, and a special limited edition color(will replace lightning blue).
 

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dont want white doo dads like door handles and limb risers -thats not heritage at all - hoping the white top is available without the heritage package - the after market will provide the rest like wheels to make it truly a retro heritage vibe
 
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