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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawdad View Post
    Didn't know there was another EB owner in the Columbia area. I'm restoring a 77 in Rosewood. Things have come to a standstill with young kids around. My frame is currently up in a rotisserie and the tub and all other parts are in Newberry. It has a decent core support for a six cylinder. With the right cuts it can work for you. You can have it if you help cut it off. I plan to buy a new one that's setup for a V8 and PS. I've got a set of decent doors too, and an ok hardtop.
    Are you looking to sell the doors or top? Is it a full top or half cab?

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    Yes, I need the doors gone as I just bought a set of 68 doors. The bottom lower skin needs to be replaced on one, not sure about the other one. I bought them as is a yr ago. Both are in dry storage. $190 pr

    As far as the full hardtop, I bought it with the intention of turning it into a targa hardtop. The sides are rusted badly, but the top and drip rail are in very good shape. $70

    Send me ur email or cell # is ur interested. Matt

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    Been a while since I updated this. I've been working on it slowly but mostly just saving money and deciding what parts I want to go with. I've cut the rusted floors out and straightened the right rear corner of the tub. I picked up a zf-5 transmission a few weeks ago and got the original 302 bolted up to it. I'm waiting on some motor mounts this week, then I'll put those in and see what kind of room I have with the taller and longer transmission. I wanted to get that in before I start putting the floor back together. I've also found the frame is bent so I'll be deciding what to do with that next.

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    I can't wait to see it done, I absolutely love the early broncos, nice work so far!

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    Thanks Bill!

    I've been doing a lot of Craigslist shopping lately. I picked up some fenders, doors, grill, windshield frame, and this weekend I picked up a half cab top. I got a deal on the top because something got dropped on it while in storage and put a big dent in the roof. It also has some really poor body work done on it but will be perfect for what I'm building. Also got some armor for the top of the rear quarter panel that I need to cut down to size.

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    I have a bulkhead for that halfcab I'll let go for $100.


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    Quote Originally Posted by broncobass View Post
    I have a bulkhead for that halfcab I'll let go for $100.


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    I might take you up on that. I'll pm you my number.

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    Very cool. i love the half cab on a bronco

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    Nice! What year are the zf-5's from? Looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost View Post
    Nice! What year are the zf-5's from? Looks good!
    Thanks! The zf-5's were in '87-'96 f-250's and up. Mine is from a '90 f-250. The non-removable bell housing makes them a little hard to find since it has to be from a truck that was 4x4 and had the smallblock motor.

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