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Through my illustration shop, Nik Schulz Illustration, I illustrated and designed this vintage Ford Bronco t-shirt. I draw them in original, factory colors, and am really¬†happy with the way they’re turning out. This one is a 1973 in Carmel Bronze.

If you’d like to have a look, check them out here. More colors after the jump.

Ford Bronco tee at

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This looks like quite a nice rarity, a fully restored 1971 Land Rover Series IIA 109, that’s been re-powered with an intercooled Cummins 4BT turbo diesel engine. In addition to the roof rack, it’s fitted with a custom bumper, 8,000-lb Warn winch, and dual fuel tanks. From the sound of the ad and the look of the photos, this is a first-class truck.

Can you imagine yourself sitting in that clean, purposeful interior as you rumble across the terrain? The seller is asking $31,000. More images below. The seller offers a full write-up on his blog.

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There’s a beautiful ’68 Jeep Wagoneer 4×4 on ebay right now. Back then the Wagoneer was still made by Kaiser (formerly Willys). As for this black-plate example, the seller reports about 800 miles on a rebuilt Buick 350 V8, a TH400 automatic transmission, and a 4-inch, all-spring lift (no blocks). The chassis has a done a mere 83,000 miles. Along with freshened mechanicals, the ad states that the truck has been resprayed in its original Prairie Gold color. It even has A/C.

I haven’t come across many of these early Wagoneers. It’s nice to see one so true to it’s original design, without all of the fake wood and overstuffed seats. I also really like the steel wheels and dog-dish hubcaps.

For more research, check Wagoneer World and Wikipedia. You might also want to check with Willys America in northern California for parts.

With three days left on the clock, the no-reserve bidding stands at $5300, at the time of this writing. Bidding ends Sunday, July 15th at 5:39 PM PST. The truck is located in Los Angeles. More pictures after the jump.

Good luck!

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