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I'm on the fence with this color. It's SUPER 90's but it might actually look good on the new Bronco depending on the lines and the details. Guess we'll have to wait and see.
 

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All of this has me on the edge - and I really mean I am on the edge - on the edge of the bridge ready to jump off if Ford doesn't give me some real news soon :angry:
 

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I'm wondering if the Ford Blue will be reserved for a special version like the Raptor trim.
If Ford limits me to some ridiculous grey scale on the basic Bronco it might just piss me off enough to take a hard pass. I'm hoping Crispy's "Indigo Blue" is available at launch on the '66'.
 

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If Ford limits me to some ridiculous grey scale on the basic Bronco it might just piss me off enough to take a hard pass. I'm hoping Crispy's "Indigo Blue" is available at launch on the '66'.
I think we're going to see quite a few more details coming very soon. There's also some details about how the vehicle can and will be purchased through dealers. I'll send you any info I have as it comes in, it just hasn't arrived yet.
 

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All of this has me on the edge - and I really mean I am on the edge - on the edge of the bridge ready to jump off if Ford doesn't give me some real news soon :angry:
Maybe buy an Edge, so at least you can be in an edge while you’re on the edge.
 

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If Ford limits me to some ridiculous grey scale on the basic Bronco it might just piss me off enough to take a hard pass. I'm hoping Crispy's "Indigo Blue" is available at launch on the '66'.
With the Bronco Specialist sign up just hitting, that's the first real movement we've seen in the way of preparation for the arrival of the vehicle. There will be dedicated folks that understand the purpose and expectations Bronco buyers have for this vehicle. It will keep uneducated salespeople from looking like fools since they'll have a point person to assist with serious questions. Unfortunately, it won't stop the inevitable YouTube video of someone that calls as many dealers as it takes to find someone that doesn't know what they're doing and is afraid to ask.

I guess what I'm trying to say here is that there will be a group of people at each dealer that are dedicated to the product. I'm sure at most stores it will be an enthusiast of some sort if they have one. They're going to make sure these folks are properly trained to answer questions. There is also mention of possible off site training, which if it's handled like SVT used to be, would possibly mean we'll attend events like Jeep does where we actually put vehicles through their paces. I spent three days at Bondurant one year as part of my SVT training. Best training event I have have ever been a part of.
 

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Transit was a complete game changer for us allowing businesses that couldn't use a Ford product to come back or try the blue oval for the first time. Bronco will be a lot like this when it comes to off road enthusiasts and that community finally having a different option and a spot at the blue oval. We wouldn't have a Jeep product in the family if this vehicle had already been offered. I don't think our Jeep is going anywhere, because it would break my daughter's heart, but there will be more than one vehicle like it within the household.
 








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