There are different Bestop versions. One folds all the way back and also has a sunrider position like a regular soft top. On the other one the windows slide out like normal but the top stays in safari mode and only folds back in sunrider position. The Bestop site is definitely worth a look if you want a glance at the Bronco's future.AnyJeep owners able to tell us how these “fastback” or slant back tops work? Does it fold up? Can I possibly store it on board with the doors? Does it lay all the way back maybe?
I just checked it out on You Tube .... it seems like a superior product .... I'm pretty sure that's the route i will go now .... especially since the back windshield on the hardtop is not removable by itselfThere are different Bestop versions. One folds all the way back and also has a sunrider position like a regular soft top. On the other one the windows slide out like normal but the top stays in safari mode and only folds back in sunrider position. The Bestop site is definitely worth a look if you want a glance at the Bronco's future.
Kids and puppy dogs, Kids and Big Broncos, like the lost boys faces in the HOOK movie, That Was A "GREAT" Adventure! standing here with hands on hips LOLSo.. Candid feedback. This is the first time I’ve ever posted a thread. Commented on many, but first I’ve ever initiated. I copy/pasted this picture from somewhere on Twitter along with supporting comments that were edited. No credit taken for the photo. But what I’ve learned is your title and initial post gets revised as needed, by I assume the admins; which is great as it keeps consistency, accuracy, eliminates redundancy, and enstiles a streamlined culture of what 6G is. Our (this) community is the people that love Bronco for what it is. Heritage, Nostalgia, History, Functionality/Capability, Appeal, etc. I’ve seen so much negativity and challenging , and some from what we don’t even know or understand yet. We’re arguing about so many topics based on assumptions and Mike Levine statements. This it the first thread I’ve followed all the replies (w/ email notifications), and man what a downward spiral. It’s like a constant pissing contest of someone’s alleged knowledge. People. You either want a Bronco or you don’t. Suck up your shitty interior, some form of blue or gray exterior, and rock this mother down the trails, rocks, highway, city road traffic, grocery, mall, or whatever you want to do. This thing is gnarly. If you don’t want it, step aside as another reservation holder will gladly step up in line. I’ve bitched and moaned about it surely, and this rollout from Ford has been a mess, but overall let’s think about this. Let’s be real. This is not like any other suv/off roader on the market. This thing is going to make heads turn and be a show stopper. It looks great and has more than enough capability than any of us really need. Sorry for the long rant, but maybe I’m tired. I’m just as ready and eager as y’all for my Bronco. COVID is a great excuse for Fords poor execution strategy with this vehicle but let’s face it. We either want one and can afford one or we can’t. I personally can’t wait to pay too much for my WT and flaunt this thing down the highway the day I get it. My kids are pumped and can’t wait. Another reason why I’m excited. The excitement in my kids face is priceless when we look and talk about our bronco together.
(And yes, my previous comments about the Bronco color and materials video still apply ?..)
Thank you! This is what I’ve wanted all along. This has been my only pet peeve of the Bronco. The straight down no angle back. This is what a Bronco is suppose to look like!like this
I like that too but I’m more thinking. This:They're beginning to get the shape right. Getting closer to...
Aftermarket designers are smart people, but the frameless windows have finally revealed a weak point.I kinda like it (from one brief pic) but very glad they’re experimenting!
Now if they made something like the Off Road Heroes Cargo top for Jeeps (see below), I could be into that!