Nope. I used to teach extrication in the fire service. We would get brand new Volvos and Fords. Before entry, everyone signed a MOU, stating they would not remove any parts from the proving grounds, and had to go thru a metal detector and security check.I don't know. I'll never believe that all pre production units will be "recycled". Someone somewhere is going to end up with a free Bronco.
Beat me to my own thread! Touché!
I know, it seems like a waste that many will likely meet the crusher, but hopefully they save some of those MIC tops. Although, I’m not sure I’d want to be buying a $70k+ (CDN) new vehicle with any used parts…
They go to the crusherMy apologies, this seems like a question that must have been answered before but I couldn't find it anywhere. What happens to the hundreds of Pre Production Broncos built for dealer events, testing, Off Roadeos, etc? I'm not saying I want one but I imagine Ford wouldn't just put them all in a crusher. Seems like that would be a tremendous waste, especially while we're all feeling the effects of these parts constraints.
If someone could kindly point me in the right direction, I would love to ease my curiosity.