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Ford Bronco

January 27th, 2006

Anyone know what model year this is?


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Posted By: bruce from desertmoon.net
about 12 years, 9 months ago
Yeah, I had a 69 Bronco for several years and the Bronco pictured is from that range of years
Posted By: robert.herbertson from gmail.com
about 12 years, 8 months ago
I currently have a 94' Bronco. Solid truck. Anyways I believe that is an early 70's model. I'd guess no later than a 74'.
Posted By: mmayle from gmail.com
about 12 years, 5 months ago
It's a 66-77
Posted By: luvmytrk from sbcglobal.net
about 11 years, 8 months ago
I think it's a 72. I know it's a Sport EB because of the trim.
Posted By: Woofa
about 9 years, 10 months ago
You "know it's a Sport EB because of the trim?" Who are you trying to yank? There's nothing EB trim in that image and it's a first generation (66-72) Bronco and there was no EB (Eddie Bauer) trim then, it wasn't introduced until the mid '80s ('86 I think because I recall the EB trim coming out during the time I was in the car business) and it's not a Stroppe Baja Bronco model either. There are very few changes from the '66 model up to the '77 so it's virtually impossible to tell exactly what year this is unless you're a real first gen Bronco nut. EB, LOL.

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