Classic Desert Race Bronco Restoration

by Wes Kibble on November 29, 2009


Gud Racing has recently purchased the Holman, Moody, Stroppe, Hearst, Sealund, KbarS race bronco and is restoring it to it’s former glory! Check out the link to see the Ford Bronco in it’s different stages, from a stock Bronco, to a mildly modified version in the late 60’s and early 70’s, followed by a lengthened body and frame. The history of this unique fiberglass body Bronco is incredible!



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scott Haga December 11, 2009 at 11:27 pm

I was taken back in memory when i came across this site.Do you have any published information about the Bill Stroppe Bronco that crashed in the baja 1000 I think in 1969 with a co driver named Steve Smith and the Drivers last name I believe was Rose.They were the first drivers ever to die in the Baja race.My 1/2 brother Steve was the son of Clay Smith who was the creater of Clay Smith Cams and died in the Indy race while working on a pit crew,If you see those wood pecker symbols with the cigar that was his logo.Just curios.


offroadaction December 12, 2009 at 8:53 am

Clay Smith was an icon in the hot rod world! It sounded like he was an awesome guy. Good question about Steve Smith. I will ask around for you and see what I can find out.


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