TruckU and Tom's Bronco Parts Customize a 1976 Ford Bronco

Tom's Bronco Parts of Medford, OR is set to be featured in an episode of TruckU TV. In the episode parts provided by Tom's Bronco Parts were used to customize and repair a 1976 Ford Bronco.

Online PR News – 09-September-2013 – Medford OR – Tom's Bronco Parts of Medford, Oregon is slated to be featured on TruckU TV, a do-it-yourself automotive show which airs on GAC (Great American Country). This feature will be an integral part of episode #915 of TruckU TV, which will premiere on October 26, 2013 at 7:30am with encore showings to follow.

In the episode, TruckU will feature several parts provided by Tom's Bronco Parts as they go through the work of customizing and repairing a 1976 Ford Bronco. For the show, TBP supplied a complete cooling system to cure an overheating issue in the Bronco which included their exclusive High Efficiency 3-core Aluminum Radiator and a Super Cooler Aluminum Water Pump among other components. Other Tom's Bronco Parts exclusive items used in this feature include their custom Front & Rear Pre-Runner Bumpers and their TBP Ultra-Flex Urethene Fender Flares.

Tom Wimmer, owner & CEO of Tom's Bronco Parts, attended the shoot personally and was very pleased with the results. A statement issued from Tom by TBP read, "We are very excited to have had the unique opportunity to appear on an episode of TruckU TV! I was able to attend the shoot myself and I thought it went fantastic. It was really great being able to provide the guys at TruckU with the parts needed to get the '76 Bronco up and running again. I'm excited to watch the episode and see the how it turned out. Anyone with an interest in early Broncos will definitely want to check it out."

Tom's Bronco Parts supplies parts for 1966-1977 Ford Broncos, and has been the leader in Early Bronco parts since the early 80's. The staff at TBP has over 120 years of combined knowledge and experience when it comes to Early Broncos. TBP also offers a selection of full size Ford Bronco parts as well as other early Ford Truck parts. To read more about the build and view photos from the shoot visit Tom's website here.