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Besides the three Broncos which have come to Moab, Utah after running the Rubicon Trail, an additional three other prototypes have just arrived at Moab to join the fun!

As you can see in the images, one of them is the 2-Door Bronco spotted last weekend in San Diego.

The other generation Broncos are not traveling with the 6th gen Broncos. They are simply owned by private individuals. Thanks to Aaron, Freewheeling-Overland, Ryan for the photos.

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Here's a treat from Moab specifically for 4-Door Bronco Sasquatch reservation holders / future owners. This prototype is equipped with Sasquatch Package, automatic transmission and Ford Performance beadlock rings. Video credit to Freewheelin Offroad.





2.3L Bronco reversing up a 37 degree hill (Hummer Hill) at Moab. Video credit to Freewheelin Offroad.






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Broncos are neat 👍

Videos from Moab! Specs of the 3 Broncos repeated from the Rubicon threads:

4-Door (non Sasquatch) specs:
Badlands, manual transmission, optional 33" Goodyear MT tires, Ford Performance beadlock wheels & rings. The manual transmission on the Badlands has a 4.70 gear ratio.

4-Door (with Sasquatch) specs:
Badlands, Sasquatch Package, auto transmission, Ford performance beadlock rings.

2-Door specs:
Badlands, auto transmission, 33" BFG AT tires, standard wheels, Ford Performance steel modular front bumper. The auto transmission on the Badlands has a 4.46 gear ratio.


Here's a treat from Moab specifically for 4-Door Bronco Sasquatch reservation holders / future owners. This prototype is equipped with Sasquatch Package, automatic transmission and Ford Performance beadlock rings. Video by Freewheelin Offroad.




Going down Moab main street.



















Crawling the Gold Bar Rim Waterfall - Moab, UT





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Great to see a first gen Bronco parked next to them, fits right in. Hats off to the Ford engineers, they really nailed the new Bronco.
 

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Great to see a first gen Bronco parked next to them, fits right in. Hats off to the Ford engineers, they really nailed the new Bronco.
Don't get me wrong I love the new Bronco. But I wish they would have designed the front grill like the old one. More indented into the body instead of being bulbus and protruding out. But use the new headlights and still have Bronco across the grill still. That would have looked Amazing!!!
 

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Love seeing Broncos out on the trails. The process amplifies the concept of “Built Wild”! Seems to me there will be no trail a Bronco can not conquer.
Here in New England we have the Jericho Mountain 4X4 Trail in New Hampshire. The trail has been dominated by Jeeps. Maybe the Broncos will tackle Jericho?!
 

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Whats with the camo at this point? Something we havent seen before?! 😯
 

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Don't get me wrong I love the new Bronco. But I wish they would have designed the front grill like the old one. More indented into the body instead of being bulbus and protruding out. But use the new headlights and still have Bronco across the grill still. That would have looked Amazing!!!
I believe engineers made this grille to memic the First gens grilles. If you look close you can definitely see the similarity.
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Don't get me wrong I love the new Bronco. But I wish they would have designed the front grill like the old one. More indented into the body instead of being bulbus and protruding out. But use the new headlights and still have Bronco across the grill still. That would have looked Amazing!!!
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More like this? Thank you Mo Aoun Design for your creative abilities. I would guess an aftermarket version of this will be available at some point.
 
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