Buddy of mine worked on Futurliner #3 while working at Kindig Restorations. You might know it from being featured on the show Bitchin' Rides. It's an amazing piece of automotive history.I'd almost rather see that Futureliner that's on the flyer
No indications that Torre LIghtsey will be a sales associate at OKC so it should be a "Big Bronco". Hopefully she remains confined to Florida.It would be a little funny if it was a Bronco Sport they unveil.
Such a bummer we don't get any official public Bronco events in Michigan. Yeah, its great we get to hunt them down and see them in the wild (if we're lucky) but I'd like to see some at an actual event that's open to the public.Yeah, the damn, covid really socked us good, here in Detroit! We haven't had an Auto Show for 2yrs and counting! The Motor City, without an auto show!, It's not right!, It's absolutely not right! Before the pandemic hit, there were plans in place to change the format of the all INSIDE January event to a huge indoor outdoor JULY event all over downtown and along the riverfront. Our amazing NAIAS was about to become so FREAKING AMAZING with all the events, handson rides and entertainment that was planned, and are still planned. There is another smaller event the MotorBella planned for September, in Pontiac ,Mi., which will be nice but nothing comparable to the real deal in Detroit. But it's been over 2 years now and I'd gladly go back to SUB-ZERO temps and walking/running to the parking garage, if we could get back to normal life again! Enjoy your events while you can! When this is all over come visit us. It's going to be amazing, and warm!!!
Im Flying up there for the event from Corpus Christi, Ill ask a ton of questions like this...WTF Ford! Oklahoma gets to see one before Texas. I'm beginning to think Ford is under the impression that if they bring one to Texas, it isn't going to leave.
All seriousness, anyone going please take pictures and grill the reps there when they plan on bring one just little further south .