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  • A Practical Guide To Diecast 2021 Ford Bronco Models
    July 28, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    A Practical Guide To Diecast 2021 Ford Bronco Models

    From tiny to large-scale, diecast models have been an integral part of the car enthusiast's universe for as long as one can remember. For many of us, toy cars were a "gateway drug" to car culture from an early age. If you haven't already taken possession of your new Ford Bronco, don't have money to pay obnoxious dealer markups, or if you live abroad, here are some options for getting a new Bronco into your life in its scaled down form. 
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  • Webasto Is Out And MOD Tops Are Pushed To 2023 Model Year!
    July 22, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    Webasto Is Out And MOD Tops Are Pushed To 2023 Model Year!

    Ford's Bronco production has experienced a series of delays right from the start, and while many have been attributed to the pandemic, the manufacturer's issues with the supplier of its Bronco MOD tops, Webasto, began even earlier. After doing everything it could to remedy the situation, Ford recently cut ties with the Germany-based manufacturer and signed on with a new company.
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  • Will The Bronco Be Able To Fight the Competition Without A V8 Option?
    July 20, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    Will The Bronco Be Able To Fight the Competition Without A V8 Option?

    Will the high-performance Broncos of tomorrow will be able to compete with the Wrangler 392 and Defender without a proper V8 engine under the hood? Ford was very proud when the manufacturer originally introduced the twin-turbo V6 Raptor, but for 2022, this model will be getting a 5.2-liter supercharged V8 with 760 hp straight from the Shelby GT500. This is a strong indication that buyers of high-performance trucks believe more in classic V8 configuration than in high-tech downsized engines that might match V8 power and performance, but not its feel or image. So, if Ford realized that Raptor needs a V8, will they understand that Bronco needs one, too?
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  • How The Ford Bronco Shaped America
    July 14, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    How The Ford Bronco Shaped America

    Upon its introduction during the turbulent mid-'60s, the original Ford Bronco proved to be a pivotal model that served to shape an entire automotive segment, the SUV. After a 25-year hiatus, the new Bronco's return couldn't have more perfect timing, as it comes at a time when the SUV class has largely become a distorted version of what it should be. The new Bronco's second coming is helping the industry find its way and once again steer in the right direction, re-introducing itself as a proper off-road model, filled with modern technology but with an old-school feel and approach.

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  • Can We Expect A High-Performance Shelby Bronco?
    July 8, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    Can We Expect A High-Performance Shelby Bronco?

    Combining a legendary name and a relatively new technology can open a whole new world of performance for the Bronco lineup in the form of a Shelby Bronco. Shelby's legacy is symbolized by throaty V8 engines and world-class performance, but Ford might choose to go a different route and provide its future Shelby Bronco with insane acceleration times that are courtesy of a powerful battery pack. 
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  • What  Does The Future Hold For the Ford Bronco?
    July 7, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    What Does The Future Hold For the Ford Bronco?

    The unprecedented hype surrounding the Bronco brand shows that Ford has hit home runs with both the resurrected Bronco and the Bronco Sport. Getting to this point has been an enormous effort for Ford, so the questions remain, what will be the next chapter in the Bronco's story? What can we expect in the future, and in which direction will Ford steer this revolutionary SUV?

     

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  • 2021 Ford Bronco Is Officially OKTB!
    June 16, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    2021 Ford Bronco Is Officially OKTB!

    After so many delays, including a series of bad news, a global pandemic, and various small and significant problems with suppliers, Bronco fans were due for some good news. Yesterday, June 15th, they finally got some, as their favorite off-road SUV finally got OKTB permission from Ford. OKTB stands for “OK To Buy,” which means that the preproduction period is over, assembly lines are set up (mostly), and the supplies of parts and components have been established. Finally, the first batch of vehicles has been completed and ready to be shipped to dealers and buyers.

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  • The First Bronco Off-Roadeo School Will Open In July
    June 3, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    The First Bronco Off-Roadeo School Will Open In July

    In addition to its plans of turning the Bronco into a separate sub-brand and creating dedicated dealerships, the company is organizing a very interesting driving school, with locations all over America. Branded the Bronco Off-Roadeo, the first of these schools will open in July in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, which is near Austin. At the moment, initial registration will be limited to customers who have purchased the  Bronco Sport Badlands and Bronco First Editions, as well as for or order holders of two and four-door Broncos. The primary purpose of the school is to present the capabilities of the Bronco line to customers, introduce them to its features and explain the technology behind these incredible off-road vehicles.

     

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  • 10 Coolest Easter Eggs You Can Find On a 2021 Bronco
    June 2, 2021 Vukasin Herbez

    10 Coolest Easter Eggs You Can Find On a 2021 Bronco

    A big part of the whole Bronco mystique is represented by its so-called  “Easter Eggs" -- a common term for tiny details, logos, and features that are hidden in a car's overall design. They're very interesting to search for, as they represent the designer’s nod to a model’s iconic past. In the 2021 Bronco and Bronco Sport, there are dozens of them, and today we'll tell you more about the coolest ones.

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