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1987 Ford Bronco II, $3,500, 4X4, 5 speed manual trans., 161,000 miles. Original inside and out, runs great. Must sell or trade for an automatic car or pick-up cause of too many surgeries and can't drive a stick anymore. Contact Larry 909-620-2751 Cash only please
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