Yeah seems weird to me too. Not even something cool like a shrunken head or pool ball. A big ass can isnt even slightly ergronomic. Might aswell use a plastic turd gag.
My first mod will be wet okoles, a recovery gear bag, and a winch. I expect Ford to set me up with just about everything else I need. I also hope to get a warranty legal tune as soon as I get used to the power it has stock.
Mod 1 - Paint the Grille & Add Bronco Lettering in Oxford White -- day I get it
Mod 2 - 35% Black Nano Ceramic Window Tint on all 5 Widows -- day I get it
Mod 3 - Center Console Vault/In-Vehicle Safe -- whenever its available for the Bronco
Mod 4 - New Tires 265/75/R16 w/OWL -- first 12 months
Mod 5 - 4 Inch LED Fog Lights & Light Bar -- first 18 months
Mod 6 - Roush Performance Pack for 2.3L EcoBoost -- whenever its available for the Bronco
Mod 7 - Complete, Professional Reupholstering in Leather -- whenever I get tired of the cloth
There's probably more I haven't even thought of yet. In the years to come I'm certain there will be lots of aftermarket items available from Ford and others.
That's been the great thing about my Mustang. My two sons and I have had a lot of fun working on that car and thinking about the next mod we will put on it. And...of course driving it!
Congrats to all! We are fortunate to have a reservation and be among the first to get our Broncos.
Some debadging/rebadging, don't really care about the "Trail Rated" badge, so I'll probably pull that and replace it with the classic cursive emblem on each side, and so we're not being redundant with the amount of Bronco letterings on the thing, pull the front badging and replace it with the classic "F O R D", really not a fan of the "BRONCO" lettering that ended up on the final product, I can guarantee you that was thought of by the Marketing Department and not the Designers. Should be easy to 3D print a few replacement letters, it's just a matter of determining whether the old ones will pop out or if I'll have to cut into the grill. And finally, I'll replace the tie-down handles with a panel that will sit flush with the hood. The fender ridges on the original were one of my favorite design cues, I really don't like how they're interrupted with these big handles on the new one, good utilitarian feature but I honestly don't think I'll ever use them personally, and prefer a more seamless look.