Fordboi

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now that is cool! if the bronco ever goes missing in the wild they can just look for the reflection lol
 

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Like the reflective surface. Wish it was a real badge and not a sticker. Also wish the badges were neutral color
 

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I'm guessing Ford didn't see this as a high priority. Outside of the "Trail Rated" medallions on the Wranglers, all of their other side labels are vinyl stick on aren't they? Being this type, it does make them easy to remove without a post.
 

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It's cool, but I am planning on adding at least 15 other stickers to mine since the amateur racing community shows that each sticker on your car adds at least 10hp.

I want my Bronco to be at least 500hp and this seems like a cheap way to get there.
 

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