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i was looking in a magazine one day and i saw this product that replaces the fiberglass top and makes a cover that turns your bronco into a truck but now i can find it..anyone know what it is??? :o

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Creative Products (IS Out-of-Business; www.creproonline.com) sold the mold to Jeffs Bronco Graveyard; a Jeff's rep. told me that the Bronco fiberglass half-cab conversions w/ glass slider mold was in poor condition upon arrival; he said it should be available Summer 06, but ....

Here it was; bronco.jpg

Fiberglass Half Cab Conversion w/Glass Slider original description

Source: by Creative Products http://web.archive.org/web/20011020014444/..._conversion.htm


see more on this in my broncolinks.com site at:



Here is one DIY job; Cab, Half, Conversion pics in a 89

Source: by MudBum http://www.supermotors.net/registry/17686/60256

He wrote elsewhere; "...I know it's rough but I've been driving it (couple of weeks) and hunted on it four times without any leaks or trouble. It's ugly but I needed a cheap truck to hunt on. After closing in the cab I decided to rattle can it flat black. The wooden thing in the bed is a dog box (kennel) for transporting hunting dogs.

I cut the top and moved the window frame as close to the cab as I could get it. I closed in under the window using 1"x4" frame with 1/2" exterior plywood glued and screwed on each side of the 1x4 frame. Then covered the bed side of the plywood with thin aluminum glued and screwed. I also flashed the thin alum to bedside/bed glued and screwed. I then cut an old f150 bed liner to fit into the very short bed. On the inside of the cab I covered the plywood with the carpet removed from the backseat area. Then cut the plastic side panels to fit and reinstalled the speakers. Mounted CB in overhead and put a gun rack below window.

There is enough room behind seats for a medium size cooler.

I have tried to get it to leak before installing the bed liner and interior carpet. Used a lot of water through a garden hose.

I sealed it really well using chaulking/adhesvise between the alum that I flashed between the alum and bedsides/bed. The top is covered on the exterior and sealed the same..."x

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