damn, they had a race red one there? I found out about the signup in BR a bit too late, and it was full :/ got any more pics of the whole thing?I finally saw the Bronco in person today and loved it.
It looks like they may have cut some corners with the paint job tho? It’s not typical for a car from factory to have bolts painted over and over spray or under sprayed parts. Im used to seeing that on wrecked and cheaply repaired cars but not brand new cars?
Could it just be a demo thing?
1. The enthusiasts were overrun about 12 months ago, so not so much an enthusiast site anymore.This forum is full of the most nitpicky "enthusiasts" that I have ever seen in an automotive community.
All this. Also I didn’t notice myself... people saw my pics with the doors off and literally asked me about it.1. The enthusiasts were overrun about 12 months ago, so not so much an enthusiast site anymore.
2. If I'm going to spend $40k+ on a vehicle, I'd probably be nitpicky as well.
3. I didn't notice that, nor would I look for it, but #2 still rings true.
That’s right, for its Jeep competition there’s no comparison. I was also impressed with the vehicles that’s why I’m going back today in a different cityI went and saw those yesterday also. One of the questions that I had was the finish on the door bolts that would need to be removed for door removal. I am fairly certain that the bolts requiring you to put a wrench to them are plated and not painted. As far as the fender bolts, looked to be all painted.
Anyway, I was totally impressed with the vehicles. I drive a 2008 Tundra so it might not take much! A jeep pulled up as I was leaving the event and I can say that there is no contest between the two as far as looks are concerned.
that'll be the only color that I order, right now I am in the process of selling my only non-red truck. well, the BR one since that is today then will be kinda wet....Everyone loved the race red. I know some people that changed their orders to it once they saw it in person even