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Make it yours... What about stripes, panels, etc?

Fannydog

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I know we all want to make the new Bronco our own Bronco, I certainly do. I get the frustrations over packages, options, interiors, and the indecisions about colors. We all love cactus but what if all we see are cactus Broncos?

And so on.

So it got me wondering today, what if Ford offers some kind of colored stripes, panels, decals, extra flair the way they do on the 'Stangs?

Specifically, I got to feeling like while the launch colors of Cyber Orange and Cactus are beautiful and so enticing, would I really be happy with either 3, 5 or 7 or 10 years from now???

Nay.

This new Bronco will be a big purchase for me. I intend to keep it for 20 years. I want it to be a classic in my family.

And I don't want it to look like every other Bronco on the road in 2021, 22, 24, etc.

What to do?

My potential solution, get one of the "boring" less popular colors like Iconic Silver.... IF Ford lets me add a red decal or stripe on the door/body panel... Something. A hot rip of red on a silver with a black top changes everything.

So, will we get such options? Seems like this would be easy from a manufacturing/production standpoint and give us all lunatics something extra to feel happy and proud of.

So, odds?

And if granted, what kind of extra stripes, decals, color accents would you go for?

Cheers.



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I know we all want to make the new Bronco our own Bronco, I certainly do. I get the frustrations over packages, options, interiors, and the indecisions about colors. We all love cactus but what if all we see are cactus Broncos?

And so on.

So it got me wondering today, what if Ford offers some kind of colored stripes, panels, decals, extra flair the way they do on the 'Stangs?

Specifically, I got to feeling like while the launch colors of Cyber Orange and Cactus are beautiful and so enticing, would I really be happy with either 3, 5 or 7 or 10 years from now???

Nay.

This new Bronco will be a big purchase for me. I intend to keep it for 20 years. I want it to be a classic in my family.

And I don't want it to look like every other Bronco on the road in 2021, 22, 24, etc.

What to do?

My potential solution, get one of the "boring" less popular colors like Iconic Silver.... IF Ford lets me add a red decal or stripe on the door/body panel... Something. A hot rip of red on a silver with a black top changes everything.

So, will we get such options? Seems like this would be easy from a manufacturing/production standpoint and give us all lunatics something extra to feel happy and proud of.

So, odds?

And if granted, what kind of extra stripes, decals, color accents would you go for?

Cheers.
I’m sure there will be graphics. I like that wrap around stripe on the old ones. I’m still plotting out which color to buy that will look nice with some flair. There is glow vinyl on the market. If I get one of the blues, I may wrap the top in glow blue. It looks white in the day. I was also thinking dark blue with lime and orange stripes. There is a plaid outdoor fabric that is blue with lime and orange it’d be sweet to make seat covers.
 

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I’m amazed we haven’t seen renderings of the classic Shelby racing stripes. Man, that sounds amazing actually. That cobalt blue with white racing stripes down the center. Or maybe Oxford white with cobalt blue racing stripes running up the hood and over a white hard top. Or an “Eleanor” inspired silver and black... 🤤
 

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I know we all want to make the new Bronco our own Bronco, I certainly do. I get the frustrations over packages, options, interiors, and the indecisions about colors. We all love cactus but what if all we see are cactus Broncos?

And so on.

So it got me wondering today, what if Ford offers some kind of colored stripes, panels, decals, extra flair the way they do on the 'Stangs?

Specifically, I got to feeling like while the launch colors of Cyber Orange and Cactus are beautiful and so enticing, would I really be happy with either 3, 5 or 7 or 10 years from now???

Nay.

This new Bronco will be a big purchase for me. I intend to keep it for 20 years. I want it to be a classic in my family.

And I don't want it to look like every other Bronco on the road in 2021, 22, 24, etc.

What to do?

My potential solution, get one of the "boring" less popular colors like Iconic Silver.... IF Ford lets me add a red decal or stripe on the door/body panel... Something. A hot rip of red on a silver with a black top changes everything.

So, will we get such options? Seems like this would be easy from a manufacturing/production standpoint and give us all lunatics something extra to feel happy and proud of.

So, odds?

And if granted, what kind of extra stripes, decals, color accents would you go for?

Cheers.
I was looking at a OBX in Iconic Silver with dark gray or black full graphics, what do you guys think?

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I am sure I will eventually Modify mine heavily. I will probably hold off at the start because I ordered a first edition. The I have no damned patience demon in me wouldn't let me wait until Ford releases a Raptor version of the Bronco to buy one. So my solution was buy a First edition and bank on the resale value of that one being enough to cover the Raptor version and hope they add either a V-8 or a Diesel to said Raptor version.

If they do awesome. If not then my customizations will begin with fabricating my own customized bumpers, working on longer travel suspension, adding a V-8 or diesel and while doing that adding a manual trans and atlas transfer case , armor on the quarterpanels and fenders and other tweaks.
 

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If I wasn't so set on Cyber Orange, and getting a Bronco asap, I would wait for the late availability Blue paint and try to recreate the color scheme of my first vehicle for nostalgias sake:

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Once I've decided on color I'll start deciding on graphics but loving everyone's ideas so far!
 
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I’m sure there will be graphics. I like that wrap around stripe on the old ones. I’m still plotting out which color to buy that will look nice with some flair. There is glow vinyl on the market. If I get one of the blues, I may wrap the top in glow blue. It looks white in the day. I was also thinking dark blue with lime and orange stripes. There is a plaid outdoor fabric that is blue with lime and orange it’d be sweet to make seat covers.
Ooooh, nice! My dad had a 78 Ford truck, some huge blue beast with plaid interior. Probably aftermarket but I was only 5 or 6 at the time and still remember it. I like your ideas.
 

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