Bronco Wishlist to Ford

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I have access to Solidworks at work. Not a CNC machinist. Just a Quality Engineer.

But honestly, you may be able to do that in Adobe Illustrator (which I have at home).
Illustrator would certainly be able to create the pattern of the Bronco script for a CNC machine. Might have to save it in a file type the CNC computer can read if it can't read something like an .eps file, but that's easy.
 

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Illustrator would certainly be able to create the pattern of the Bronco script for a CNC machine. Might have to save it in a file type the CNC computer can read if it can't read something like an .eps file, but that's easy.
Ahh, I've known people who've had decal work cut on a vinyl plotter done from Illustrator .ai files. If you wanted actual metal badges made I could see the need for CNC work.
 

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Ahh, I've known people who've had decal work cut on a vinyl plotter done from Illustrator .ai files. If you wanted actual metal badges made I could see the need for CNC work.
It'd also depend on the complexity too - something that had depth would require something 3D like Solidworks (which I used at work too), but Illustrator would be able to give you the pattern for flat things.
 

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My wish is a factory snorkel for deep water crossings. Just with the alternator was mounted higher, may have to go 37's and even more reason to squatch for gearing.
 

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Premium Twill soft top as an upgrade from the cheaper vinyl tops like Jeep offers. Also, please, please, please offer a factory soft top for the 2 door!

Trust me on the soft top materials. I'm a long time Jeep owner. I've always had soft tops. The cheaper vinyl tops by Bestop are noisy and cold/hot.

BUT...The Premium Twill tops are the most awesome soft tops ever. Absolutely Zero road noise even at highway speeds. No hot/cool issues. It's an amazing material that is every bit as quiet as any hard top but with the freedom a soft top delivers!
 

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Grabber (or similar) blue and white hard top is an absolute must. More mix-and-match interior options between trims would be sweet too
 

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I concur and I'll raise you a white grill. A white top and white wheels are historically accurate and very handsome. As a bonus a white top reflects heat better and doesn't fade.

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You NAILED it RIGHT ON! This is what I want (but in a classic Heritage color).
 

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