Which of the Bronco Deadly Sins is the Greatest?

JPOPS5

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First it depends where you are in your dealer's allocation list. If you switched to the soft top instead of the MIC and are inside the dealers 2021 allocation it might be earlier than you think.
Yeah, I wish I knew. Last I checked I’m #38, but my dealer won’t tell me what their estimated allocation is.

A soft top would be fun in the summer but not for a MN winter.
 

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I'm an optimist on this "stopping and slowing" of production on the F250s and F150s. They're doing it so there will be enough chips for the Bronco production😁😉
 

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So I see a new sinners bracket developing. Which Ford design sin is worse?
- Front License Plate Bracket?
- B-O Brush Guard?
- Front Camera / Winch mounting?
- Number of cup holders?
- Carpet on the back of the MGV seats?
I'd say the bait and switch launch interiors... but from your list the carpet on the back of the MGV seats seems like the biggest Ford design sin.
 

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Just ran across this elsewhere, but this is really really relevant in this scenario. A really good explanation on why nobody has chips for their cars:
 
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