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Went down to Illinois over this past weekend, on the way home on 94 northbound outside of Kenosha I spied this white and orange vehicle. Sure was hoping he'd catch up to the speed of traffic although "we" (traffic) were clipping right along, he did manage to finally come up to going with the flow, however he never did catch up until I exited. I took this pic from my Jeep at 45mph on the off ramp while he zipped by. I'm not sure what it is, I'm thinking a Bronco, Just thought I post it, nicely redone. Mr fixit
 

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Looks like a bronco to me neat colors.. creamsicle .. ;D
 

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It is a Strop Classic Bronco. It is one of the rarest and most valuable of the Early Bronco's. They were built by Bill Strop for deaser racing. There is a regestry for Strops. If you can tell me the state and city I might be able to find the owners name, not that it matters. It is a good looking Bronco. An yes I'm kind of a Bronco nut.
 

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Didn't get a chance to see the plates, I will tell you it was found in the Kenosha - Racine, Wisconsin area. That unfortunately is all I can tell you. :'( Mr fixit
 

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when I see those first gen Broncos, I try to imagine this scenario:

mud
hubs locked
first gear granny
four low
V-8
WOT

its got to incredible
 
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