Bronco becomes part of DNA???

SteelBronco

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So I was just thinking how the true passion of Bronco's seem to become part of your DNA. I'm sure everyone has their own story. For me it was passed on from my Dad in his new Red 1972 half cab. For my kids, I'm sure it started with a 1988 Blue and Silver XLT. We would ride around with the top off and they loved it. Now.... the granddaughters all know about Pap's Bronco and they all want to talk about a Bronco they seen when they come to our house! What a great strand of DNA to pass on!!!
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Also....for those that may want to know found these little Christmas presents when I was at AutoZone. Grandkids are going to love them.
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supersix

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I'm hoping to start the Bronco tradition with my family! I remember growing up and there was a neighbor that owned a Bronco. We would always admire how tough it looked.
 

69BroncoX302

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It is so true!

So my grandfather bought a 1969 bronco from his friend in 1970 for ~2200. My mother grew up with it, stole it in high school, ran it out of oil (HOW?!), and then my grandpa rebuild the motor. I grew up with a 1988 Bronco, I had a ~86 bronco II at once point, around 2015 my grandfather sold his 69 bronco to me for $5.00 (Yes, five), and then come 2020 we ordered a FE, and in 2021 received the FE and my daughter got (getting for xmas) a new power wheels bronco to drive. Awaiting oil the Braptor to get ordered in January, as per when I have been told the order banks will open! Broncos are defiantly in the DNA of some!
 

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It is so true!

So my grandfather bought a 1969 bronco from his friend in 1970 for ~2200. My mother grew up with it, stole it in high school, ran it out of oil (HOW?!), and then my grandpa rebuild the motor. I grew up with a 1988 Bronco, I had a ~86 bronco II at once point, around 2015 my grandfather sold his 69 bronco to me for $5.00 (Yes, five), and then come 2020 we ordered a FE, and in 2021 received the FE and my daughter got (getting for xmas) a new power wheels bronco to drive. Awaiting oil the Braptor to get ordered in January, as per when I have been told the order banks will open! Broncos are defiantly in the DNA of some!
That's a great story! I might have to get my daughter one of those Power Wheels Broncos as well. :cool:
 

Bronco2773

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When I was a kid my Dad had a 1988 Blue and Silver XLT also. What really started my love for Broncos was when we got the Orange 77. I have a ton of memories from my childhood yeah it was rusted up pretty good but man was it fun. I would spend my free time in the summer laying under the Bronco so I can remember parts so when I helped Dad I knew what he was talking about.

Fast forward 25 years now I own 4 Broncos 78, 79 ,93 and 94. My favorite time of year is when we get to go to Super Cel and my girls love Broncos now too. As for the Little girl it the picture you could say her bronco has changed some, she no longer is running 6V's haha.

@SteelBronco thanks for ingraining the Love of Broncos into my DNA.

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My 78 I picked up last week
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