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I read in a magazine that Ford was going to discontinue the Ranger and do a F-100, along with a Bronco based off of it, with solid axles. But, unfortunately, that got delayed :( (That's not it^, it's just cool)

(don't tell the Ranger dudes I said that:black_eye:)
 


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i seen that concept a few years ago, still wish they would have made one.
 

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I would buy one of those Bronco's in a heart beat!
 

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Lame. Untill it comes out it's just a rumor. and a pretty shitty one at that. last I heard the above Bronco was suposed to be based on the Fiesta chassis. Which is just retarded.

The ranger production has been extended to 2012 so there won't be anything new till then.

FWIW there have been some 2 door Bronco Expedition-esque trucks made in Mexico. I've seen some pictures that have not been Photochops like the above ones.
 
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I'll have to get the article on it, it mentioned a bronco based on the 'F-100' chassis with solid axles and a v-6 or turbo dieseil maybe. sounds pretty cool, maybe in 2013 or so.
 

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FWIW there have been some 2 door Bronco Expedition-esque trucks made in Mexico. I've seen some pictures that have not been Photochops like the above ones.
really bad photochops at that...
 

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I'll have to get the article on it, it mentioned a bronco based on the 'F-100' chassis with solid axles and a v-6 or turbo dieseil maybe. sounds pretty cool, maybe in 2013 or so.

And you'll only be able to get it in Indonesia and us North Americans will get denied yet another cool vehicle.
 

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looks like a little lego truck to me. maybe because i have only stopped playing with lego the last couple years and still bring it out now and then at christmas. lol. can't decide if i love it or hate it but i'll keep my ranger over one of those.
 

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My rendition of one from like 5 years ago:

 

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If they had that concept bronco I wuold buy one ASAP!
 

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I read in a magazine that Ford was going to discontinue the Ranger and do a F-100, along with a Bronco based off of it, with solid axles. But, unfortunately, that got delayed :( (That's not it^, it's just cool)

(don't tell the Ranger dudes I said that:black_eye:)
That is just ghey. IFS prolly IRS, way too much plastic, and too much Hummer looking....
:lame:
 

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What's wrong with IFS IRS? Put lockers on it and it will go anywhere. I like it. The winch being intergral with the grille is great.
 

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I'd rock it.
 

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What's wrong with IFS IRS? Put lockers on it and it will go anywhere. I like it. The winch being intergral with the grille is great.
They break, have no travel, no hubs, no spindles, I guess I'm just too old school. But hey a pair of 60's would fix all of said problems....:D
 

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