Andy buy it!!!!! You'll have the ONLY one in Vegas!
At least it would be easy to ditch that front end for some glass. Jeebus that thing is hideous.
Edit: After looking at it more, that thing confuses the hell out of me. Why don't the A pillar tubes run to the floor? If it has dual King 2.5s out back, where are they? Canti? Why spend money on the back end then throw on a kit up front that is straight out of the 80's? The crap that I can see makes me worry about how the cage was built.
Originally Posted by Hendrix
No one really knows the reason for LCOG Jeeps.
Its so short ****s like me and you can still get in.
Originally Posted by 2ACR
My issue was I couldn't get the balls centered. I had to use some extra force to get everything lined up right. It didn't take me long.
1989 bronco, 5.0 v8, Autofab quad shock front end,dual king 2.5 rear w/national springs, auto ,OD,AC,4.11 with locker,full cage front to rear.
If it's the full autofab kit you're sitting at about $4000 there alone. National springs will set you back another $600, pair of kings are $800, lockers and gears probably $1500 minimum, between bumper and cage work, there's EASILY $3000 in fab work there if done at a shop. That right there alone adds up to $10K plus a running vehicle. The price isn't too far fetched if it wasn't so darn nasty looking!
I m ow this wouldn't hurt the values on the ramonco. Not all 5 liter fords are the 5.0 ho. I had a 302 ford in my old f-150 and it was a slug. Low compression makes a big difference as well as intake and exhaust differences. Not a difficult swap though.
The prices were crazy in the northeast too. I was amazed at the different prices at the different airports. The airports with the cheaper flights had more expensive rental cars while the expensive flights had the cheaper rentals.