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Looking for a stock cassette deck/w clock for my '94 Bronco.


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Any luck in finding one? IIRC they weren't that good in the first place of so i would think finding one in operating condition will be difficult. Can i ask why you dont put an aftermarket stereo in it? Just curious.



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Any luck in finding one? IIRC they weren't that good in the first place of so i would think finding one in operating condition will be difficult. Can i ask why you dont put an aftermarket stereo in it? Just curious.
No luck finding one locally.... though ebay has them all the time in refurbished operating condition..just haven't found one with free shipping yet.

Why... I have this idea of restoring it to show room condition just because most all broncos are modified to rock crawling or prerunning... which I dont do either.


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Rob, from the pics in your intro I know what you use it for
you mean my "glamour" shots


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not sure if it was your intro,
but your secret is safe with me ... The Oakley Honey Hauler


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I think you've just nick-named my truck! and I like it!

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Oops i just notice the type-O....
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Well Rob you have much more vision than i do. It sounds like your looking ahead. You have one of the last Broncos made. I will admit it would be nice to see one in pristine condition 10 to 20 years from now. I would have never thought of making an newer/older truck or suv factory showroom restored. Thanks for waking me up! Lol

Edit: BTW i think thats a fine nickname! Im sure it'll stick! Good job JSoko!



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Saw this on ebay
http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewi...id=22390459155



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