The Drew Clary Show
Welcome. I've never thought that I'd have anything worth the band-width to display, but for the benefit of my friends on the ebr-net & in NVB, here's some stuff.

This is my 1973 Bronco on the day I bought it -- around 9/94. Notice the uncut fenders and tiny tires? All this would surely change as I worked up my courage.

This is me and my Bronco in about 4/97. Also pictured is my Takemine Jumbo which I plunk a few tunes out on, now and again.

In this photo the Bronco's wearing the Summer time rubber - 31x10.50 WildTrac RVT MTs. It is lifted with 3.5" KbarS coils and "add-a-shorties" with empty dual shock mounts up front and an adj. track bar. Winter time tires are 33x9.50 BFG ATs.

Upgrades I've done include a Smitty roll bar, NWMP 23 gal. rear tank, Tuffy locking console that holds my Yaesu FT2400 2m radio and other small necessities, Hella H-4s and 550s, Hurst floor shift & 1966 tail lights, Duff's t-case lever, Duraflex flares, Superlift Superide shocks, Tow hooks front & rear, shaved front bumper, custom tow hitch, Kayline bikini top and fast track soft top. I installed a fresh 302 in 11/96 and it now has 6000 miles as of 10/97.

This beast is almost totally rust free, sports a worn out factory l/s 3.50:1 9" rear and an open 3.54:1 Dana 44 (whoopee, watch that wheel spin, baby). This is my daily driver, but it sees plenty of weekend duty in the Sierra. Besides debating body work & paint schemes, it's pretty much how I want it. I have added 1988 RX7 full-recline buckets.

This is my family: Keno, Deanne, J.D., and Me

Notice the smiles? So far, they all still love me and the Bronco!

Thanks for watching. Now back to your regularly scheduled programing