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WELCOME TO THE TRUCK CORRAL
Is your truck high and mighty? Outfitted for any outdoor adventure? A cool custom with an aged patina? The truck category is for you! Share your special truck here – from antique farm truck to today’s hi-tech versions.
This category will be judged by Mark Oja, founder of California Speed and Custom and A-Team Build Lead on the classic “Overhaulin’” series.
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Special Modifications: None! 5.0 V8, Auto, Air Conditioning, Power windows and locks, Cruise Control. All the options 1990 had to offer! And it only has 51K miles!
Tell Us Your Story! Not much to look at from a paint perspective but the body is straight and rust free. A bit of a time capsule when you enter the interior with the bright red velour interior. It’s a blast to drive and looks just great next to my 2015 F150 and 2019 Super Duty.
Special Modifications: 4 inches of lift (2.5 inch suspension, 2 in body lift), converted manual brakes to power
Tell Us Your Story! My wife and father-in-law (now passed) bought this Bronco for me for my 40th birthday… At that time in my career, I just left my corporate job of 20 years to become a high school teacher. It was a lonely time as I left all of my friends and contacts. My wife felt having a garage project would be good – therapeutic :), she was right….I love working on this Bronco.
Brand of Paint: PPG
Special Modifications: Complete fabrication of safari seating, roll cage, convertible top, tailgate and bumpers.
Tell Us Your Story! Truck was a farm vehicle in France and shipped to United States – totally restored during COVID / all work done by myself except for painting done by professional!
Brand of Paint: PPG Special Modifications: Air ride (lays frame), Ls2 (motor swap), Interior redone, 28″ savini forged 3 piece wheels (triple chrome plated), Full sound system
Bought the truck as a daily driver and was my first truck to own, until one day my wife drove it and got in a bad accident which needed a bed side replacement and seeing it cut up I never had the same vision for it again lol, so I decided to chop it up from frame to metal fabrication which was all done by John Ward to clear 28″ wheels and lay all the way to the ground and still function as a daily driver if wanted along with a/c woot woot, and then came interior,engine, and paint which now looks like a totally different truck! I’m happy with it and for sure a head turner, took alot of weeknights and weekends to get it to this point but now looking back it was a fun journey.
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