I have been the only driver of this first year Bronco II, and, because of the high mileage, I have had to rebuild the following: transmission, transfer case, clutch assembly, and engine. The truck body has been re-painted and re-fitted by pros, and the seats have been re-upholstered in blue vinyl by a Mexican pro. The Pioneer AM/FM cassette player is not original; it is better. The hatch back lock foundation has been reinforced by a full width metal plate; see the round bolt heads. Replaced corroded gas tank and level indicator in 2016. Since I listed this truck as partially restored, I suggest the following still needs to be done: install a booster fuel pump, re-track the windows, replace hard to find door handle on driver's side, replace rugs in luggage section, replace lock on spare tire, and install an AC unit, if you don't mind the loss in zip. There are two brand new tires on the steers. I own one newer truck, and do not have the time to fully restore this fine vehicle with which I had a lot of fun. It is awesome in a third gear run up the mountain, it turns inside a CJ-5, and it has been over every pass in the Sierras several times. It still runs well. It needs a new owner, if for no other reason than to get away from the local birds.