Almost everything on it is new, and it has a lot of new old stock (NOS) items including the wire harness behind the dash.  I am not a Roadster expert, but I did spend some time with a bunch of them at the 50th Anniversary Bronco Super Celebration last week in Townsend TN.  To give you an idea of how rare a U13 Roadster is, there were 512 Broncos at the celebration, and only 14 Roadsters.  This truck was judged by Bronco Driver Magazine and got second place out of the 14 Roadsters that were there.  There are a few details that a Roadster expert can point out that are not 100% with this truck, but I will not bore the masses with all of that information. What is New: Tires including spare Rear Ring and Pinion Heater Core Paint Headlights, Marker, and Taillights Windshield wiper arms, blades, and vacuum tubing Plugs, Plug Wires, Distributor Cap, Points, Rotor, and Condenser Coil Voltage Regulator Fuel Pump Oil Pressure, Temperature, and Fuel Sending Units All 4 Drums and Brakes Park Break Mechanism and Cables Rare Silver Mink Bench Seat Master Cylinder After Market Seat belts Glove box Bronco Floor mat Transfer case shifter knob Headlight and High Beam Switches Turn Signal / Horn Button Switch Ignition Switch, Key Cylinder, and 2 New Keys There is much more, but too much to list Areas for Improvement: Small Chip in the Windshield (I could not get a good picture it is so small) The New Fuel Sending Unit is not working properly, but the dash gauge does move when it is grounded out. Missing Jack and Accessories The horn is currently not working (I will probably get this fixed soon) We cleaned out and installed a new carburetor kit, but I think it could still use some tuning

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Location: Mechanicsville, Virginia, United States