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Overhaulin' & Tom's Bronco Parts Take on 1967 Ford Bronco Project

Jake (Bluto) & Matt (Popeye) of Tom’s Bronco Parts w/Chip Foose

Tom's Bronco Parts of Medford, Oregon teams up with Chip Foose and the cast of Overhaulin' to perform a custom restoration on a 1967 Ford Bronco.

MEDFORD, OR, USA, September 23, 2013 / -- Tom's Bronco Parts of Medford, Oregon has teamed up with Chip Foose and the cast of TV's Overhaulin' to perform a full custom restoration on a 1967 Ford Bronco. This build will be featured in episode 4 of the 2013 season of Overhaulin'. The episode will premiere on Velocity, a part of the Discovery Communications group of channels. The show is set to air on October 22nd at 9pm ET/8pm CT.

Tom's Bronco Parts sent 4 large pallets full of parts & accessories to contribute to the build. One of the items they sent was a complete set of custom seats for the 67 Ford Bronco. These seats will receive custom reupholstery for a one-of-a-kind interior design. They also sent two of their best Bronco specialists to assist and advise Overhaulin's A-team as they worked to build the entire Bronco in less than a week.

All of the design for this 67 Ford Bronco restoration was conceived & overseen by Chip Foose, possibly the most respected custom car designer in the industry. The Bronco is also expected to be finished off with a custom one-off set of Foose Wheels, also designed by Chip Foose.

Tom's Bronco Parts offered the following statement regarding the upcoming Overhaulin' episode: "We were thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the legendary Chip Foose and the amazing crew at Overhaulin'. The cast and crew of Overhaulin' was more than hospitable and we couldn't be happier about how the Bronco turned out."

Tom's Bronco Parts has been a leader in providing parts for 66-77 Ford Broncos since the early 80's. The staff at TBP has over 120 years of combined knowledge & experience working with Early Broncos. To read more about the build and view photos from the shoot, visit Tom's website here.

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David Gierman
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