I made another Ford Bronco! Surprised? This one is however, much smaller than the last one and surprisingly, a bit more accurate. I decided to go with a smale scale car that uses SNOT techniques for the sidewalls to best replicate this classic 4x4 icon. I chose to replicate a Roadster Bronco which is the first ever body style made available in 1966. This particular one is called a "luber" or "Lifted-Uncut Bronco" which simply means that the original rear wheel skirts aren't cut out and the body has been lifted a couple inches.
About this creation
Side view. The roll bars are partially made with flex tube.
Rear view. Oh, how I love my little license plates!
Interior. The seats fold slightly, just like my large scale cars usually do.
Bronco Roadsters (also known as U13s) were not sold with doors or a roof, hence the term "Roadster". On this one, I've added a canvas soft top roof.
The engine. Normally the 1966 bronco has an inline-six, i swapped in a 302 from a newer Bronco Sport model. After all, this isn't a stock Bronco anymore.
Rear view with soft top.
Thanks for viewing! There's some little bits I don't like about this build like the front fender which didn't line up correctly no matter what I tried, and even a brick that's the wrong color by accident (if you can spot it!).