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    1990 Ford Bronco XLT




    The Ultimate Hunting Vehicle... This is a very rare find! Driven mainly in Nevada was bought and has ran great since I purchased it as a second vehicle. This is a very clean vehicle! Runs and shifts like it should. 4 - WHEEL Drive also works as it should!

    THIS BRONCO WAS PROFESSIONALLY EXTENDED BY MAGNUM MANUFACTURING.



    This Truck has never seen a winter!


    Seats 8 Comfortably.

    Power Steering
    Power Brakes (antilock)
    Power Windows & Door Locks
    Automatic Transmission
    4 - Wheel Drive
    Brand New Tail-Gate included
    Extra Spare Tire ( that bolts to the back tail-gate arm) not shown in picture
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    Default Re: 1990 in NY

    looks good, but I wish it was still in Nevada...

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    go to uship .com... find a boat or travel trailer that needs toted from around that truck to home, go to jetblue (saw a commercial the other day) book airfare. then tote with yer new truck, and Boom! gas is paid for, and possibly airfare....

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    Default Re: 1990 in NY

    Why does it need a rear gate if it has never seen a winter? Mileage is probably 156,000 or higher, not 56,000 due to the numbers not lining up properly. About an hour away if anyone is really interested.

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    Default Re: 1990 in NY

    A Bronco tailgate would rust even if you hermeticaly sealed it in a time vault.
    Or, the tailgate Bronco tire mount slammed the gate hard enough to cave it in?
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    possibly a rear end whreck where the tire gate went into the tailgate, and yeah, but those tailgates are a dime a dozen. really cheap and somewhat easy to replace.
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    So this is definately a magnum, cause I wanted the tire rack on the rear like that. It makes it definately Bronco to me. But I figured that the mileage was more like 156K than 56K, seemed to good to be true, you know?

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    maybe, but 156k miles aint nothing. any engine can be fixed, and if its highway mileage and not just driving mileage, and its well cared for, it looks to be in pretty good shape.
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