An 86 in West Texas

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Texas86
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An 86 in West Texas

Postby Texas86 » Fri Jul 31, 2009 1:04 am

Howdy! Looks like there's lots of good folks here, and I've already read plenty of good advice!
I bought my 86 from my aunt soon after my uncle passed away. He was the original owner, and only put 57,000 miles on it. I added a tilt column, cruise control, A/C and a wood grain instrument bezel - all with junkyard parts. Most of the wiring was already there! Thanks, Ford!
She regularly gets 20 MPG, and doesn't miss a beat!
I'm looking forward to spending lots of time on this forum!
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Re: An 86 in West Texas

Postby Ranger Dave » Fri Jul 31, 2009 4:28 am

welcome, nice B2 :eek:
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Re: An 86 in West Texas

Postby 303lithgow » Sun Jul 04, 2010 9:52 pm

Texas86 wrote:Howdy! Looks like there's lots of good folks here, and I've already read plenty of good advice!
I bought my 86 from my aunt soon after my uncle passed away. He was the original owner, and only put 57,000 miles on it. I added a tilt column, cruise control, A/C and a wood grain instrument bezel - all with junkyard parts. Most of the wiring was already there! Thanks, Ford!
She regularly gets 20 MPG, and doesn't miss a beat!
I'm looking forward to spending lots of time on this forum!


How hard was it to add the tilt wheel and A/C?
1986 Bronco II, base 4wd, auto
1990 Bronco II, XLT, 5 speed
1970 F250 Camper Special
1967 Kit Companion Camper Trailer


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