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Old 09-17-2008, 07:07 PM   #1
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Default 78 Ford Bronco

I just found this and I wonder what size it is, could be a good scale body!!

http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/st...12000_700-12-2
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I'll check tomorrow with a tape
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If memory serves me right, I think it's under 12" long.
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Well I have the tent thats next to it bought it for Jim. Way to small...

I'd guesstimate the bronco at 5 inches long.
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10" front to rear bumper
5" outside of fenderwell to outside of fenderwell
6" center of wheel well to center of wheel well
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10" front to rear bumper
5" outside of fenderwell to outside of fenderwell
6" center of wheel well to center of wheel well
Bummer, maybe good for a mini scale build, but not really even small enough for the Losi mini.

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Bummer, maybe good for a mini scale build, but not really even small enough for the Losi mini.

Thanks Stan!
Yeah, maybe ssmt's or some custom axles of sorts...their interpretation of the 78 Bronco leaves a little to be desired, the back end looks like a combo of the 2nd gen Scout and a Bronco II FUGLY
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