A collection of classic Ford Bronco found in AlaskaJanuary 11, 2019
Machines belong to the local and are almost always used.
In the new episode of the Barn Find Hunter program, Hagerty Insurance Company told about Alaska resident Adam McNabbe, who owns several classic Ford Bronco. The oldest working copy in the collection is the 1966 SUV.
McKnabb told Tom Carter Barn Find Hunter that they love Bronco in Alaska for their ability to drive on any roads. In the garage of McNabb there is a blue Bronco of 1972, whose mileage is 110,000 miles (177,000 kilometers), cars of 1966 with Dana 44 bridges – on it McNabb drove into the Moab desert and travels, as well as several disassembled Toyota FJ.
In a previous episode of Barn Find Hunter, Tom Cotter talked about a huge collection of classic cars.
More than 100 cars, most of which are left for storage immediately after purchase, are located on the farm in one of the rural districts of the United States. Among them: Hudson Hornet Special 1957, Plymouth Superbird, Dodge Daytona, De Tomaso Pantera. Also in the collection are Jaguars, Datsuns, Fords, Lincoln Continental of 1940 type and Chevrolet Corvette of 1963.
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