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Went over to the Bronco sleeping grounds in Phoenix today.
Drove in my Wrangler running on 35"s and a 2" lift.


The Wrangler and the Sasquatched 4D Cactus Grey Bronco are almost exactly the same hight.

Bronco Sasquatch vs Jeep Wrangler 35 inch tires 1.jpg
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Cactus grey is indeed US Military Fighter Jet Grey.

It has an extremely light green tint that cameras love to emphasize.

US Airforce airman ( B6G lurker) there at the same time commented that it's Military Grey with a gloss coat.

These pictures came out right.

Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 1.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 2.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 3.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 4.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 5.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 6.jpg


More pics of the Cactus Grey that came out too green.

Also, those GY Territory tires hold rocks like they were gold nuggets.
I counted 8 rocks stuck in the front driver's side. quit counting after that.
Those tires are getting replaced.

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Finally on the Sasquatch.
Ford really pushed the DOT fender coverage envelope.
Not much point in getting smaller flairs unless you want to beat the paint up on the side of you Bronco.

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On to Cyber Orange:

The CO should have been called Early Bronco Chrome Yellow metallic.

This was the only non-frankenbuild there at the time.
It looked to be about the most prodution accurate of the Broncos there.

CO looks great, but I'm glad I saw it in person, because it's off my list.

Overall a really nice color that shows off the Bronco's lines.

The MIC top is beautiful on this.

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last and least was the beat up black OBX with the hideous prototype top.

It has the Bronze dash.
That looks *good*!!


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Nice pic comparison. The Bronco is a wide arse biotchie.

That is why IMO the Wrangler will fair better on trails and the Bronco will be much more comfortable on road. Select between these two excellent vehicles available for your purpose.
 

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There's a bit of forced perspective going on in that 1st image. The Bronco is a 4dr, Jeep is a 2dr. So the Bronco is a little closer to the lens - making it appear larger.

Exactly! If you are driving the other vehicle - please park with the bumpers even - not in front or in the back of the Bronco - I have not yet seen a properly taken picture.

I do appreciate the effort - but come on man...
 

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Exactly! If you are driving the other vehicle - please park with the bumpers even - not in front or in the back of the Bronco - I have not yet seen a properly taken picture.

I do appreciate the effort - but come on man...
LMAO - nothing else I can do but laugh at that.

I appreciate the pictures and comparison @Incognito ! Helps give me some perspective on size
 

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I believe you and think their hips are plenty wide. But as a comparison picture, this is not quite apples to apples. According to the manufacturers specs, the Bronco is only about 2.5" wider, which would be tough for any but the most practiced person to spot at a glance. Since the Jeep is parked a foot or more farther forward, it looks much smaller than it should in comparison.

I really appreciate the pictures though! CG with the MIC top isn't nearly the nightmare I thought it would be!
 
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Cactus grey is indeed US Military Fighter Jet Grey.

It has an extremely light green tint that cameras love to emphasize.

US Airforce airman ( B6G lurker) there at the same time commented that it's Military Grey with a gloss coat.

These pictures came out right.

Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 1.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 2.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 3.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 4.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 5.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 6.jpg
Damn you. I was hoping to was greenish so I wouldn’t choose it. If it is more grey, then wtf. I was going with carbonized. Now I don’t know again.
Anything like Audi’s nardo?
 

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Cactus grey is indeed US Military Fighter Jet Grey.

It has an extremely light green tint that cameras love to emphasize.

US Airforce airman ( B6G lurker) there at the same time commented that it's Military Grey with a gloss coat.

These pictures came out right.

Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 1.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 2.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 3.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 4.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 5.jpg
Cactus Gray Bronco Sasquatch 4-Door 6.jpg
Thank you for sharing and taking measurements! Leaning towards A51, however the color in your photos is making Cactus a solid choice.
 

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