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Next to the Lightning of course..
There were two colors of stripes, I can not for the life of me remember the other colors though.


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In 91 i think they were blue and red and I've seen them shade shift from blue to pink 92 and up. FWIW there was a Nite Bronco as well. There was even speculation that there was indeed a sport suspension package but it has never actually been confirmed. I doubt it personally because the edition was available with all engines and drives. I looked at this truck back when i had Ol' Red and thought to use it as an inspiration for the paint on it. I just like the idea of a black truck without chrome. In fact i may go satin black on my 94 without chrome and use the new F150 emblem in my sig. I think it'll look sick!



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Black it out, black it out!!!! I was talking with dad today about painting my truck after I'm done getting the Bronco back on the road, I think I've decided to paint it Red and Black with a Red and Silver Combo pin stripe, so the Black will be where the Silver is(actually called Light Smoke) and the pin stripe will be the Silver on the Red and Red on the Black.. IDK I'm just kicking around ideas, the more I think of it, the more I WANT an all black truck with a fade stripe like a Nite..
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This was one of my ideas with ol red. This was photo shoped. But whatcha think Blue? Its kinda in the running for the 94 as well. I really like this color combo. And to use a contrasting color for a break up between the two colors would make it that much better.



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I'm not very good with Paint.NET yet, but this is kinda what I'm wanting to do, it's on either side of the "dent" on the Body of the truck:

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I too have a Nite, mines a 92' 5.0L auto, bought it new in 92, 78K easy miles. Not in great shape but pretty good for the weather here in Indy. I'm planing some resto work on the entire thing, engine build, lowering kit, etc.
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Nice! Lets see some pics!



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We'll need pics of this! We love nite's as you can tell.
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Yes, even though Fords intent with the Nite was to sell more trucks to women, we still love em! Something about a blacked out truck without chrome, just a thing of beauty!



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I'll start with the window sticker


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