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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-20-07, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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1973 Bronco Explorer

I have a 73 bronco explorer I bought new in 73, it has sat for over 10 years now due to some rot {Rust}.
My question is where to purchase the BEST quality replacement parts for it?
It will need
both front floor pans
both rockers
the drivers door post
both inner fenders
Both gas tanks
a new tailgate
all of the rubber parts. { door seals ETC.}
A new radiator.
I MAY consider selling it too!
What would be an an approximate value I could expect to get for it in this condition?
OH BTW it is a 302 Cu In. Auto trans Manual transfer case manual hubs. 4.11 gear ratio. 2bbl carb. Approx 93,000 miles.
Interior {Upholstery} is basicaly shot. both frnt fenders and nose {Grill} clip need Minor dolly work.

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Re: 1973 Bronco Explorer

any of these sites carry quality parts.

Bronco Restoration Early Full Size Bronco Restoration Classic Bronco Parts For Sale
Early Ford Bronco, Bronco II, Ranger, Explorer accessories, parts James Duff
Toms Bronco Parts - 1966-77 Early Ford Bronco Parts and Accessories for Classic Broncos - New, Used and Rebuilt
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you can look to get probably around 2-3k for it in that condition depending on how bad the rust is and where. It is not unusual for a restored one to go for over 15k. I would say if you do sell it fix the rust first.

ClassicBroncos.com: Early Bronco Community for 66-77 Ford Bronco
is also a great resource for any questions or problems you may face. Every issue that comes up in the repair has most likely already been dealt with by ppl on that board.

Hope it helps.
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Re: 1973 Bronco Explorer

Jeff's Bronco Graveyard is great place for all sorts of parts!

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