I'm the second owner. I've had it a long time and the thing is so reliable and undemanding. So now I'm starting to address some problem areas. The old drum brakes are pretty bad. It stops but we have a lot of wildlife at night. Especially deer. I've been lucky so far but brakes are top of the list.
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Mine was sold in San Diego in '69 and was a dealer prep demo. The dealer sent it to K-Bar-S Bronco Specialties and KBS cut the rear fenders, moved the shift to the floor, put 11 inch tires on, and air conditioning. They also added second shocks on the front suspension and since...
I just signed up. I'm in Northern California and drive a 1969 Bronco. It's a almost completely stock daily driver. I commute to school with it and use it for hunting, fishing, etc. Frequently have questions about maintenance.