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The Ford Bronco II was a compact SUV sold between 1984 and 1990. It was commissioned as a smaller complement to the full-size Bronco as well as to offer a Ford alternative to the Chevrolet S-10 Blazer, Jeep Cherokee (XJ), and Toyota 4Runner. The Bronco II was Ford's first compact SUV since the original Bronco sold from 1966 to 1977. It is mechanically and (except in detail) structurally identical to the Ford Ranger. It had a 94-inch (2,388 mm) wheelbase and was enclosed in the rear. All 1984 and 1985 Bronco IIs were 4wd. Starting in 1986 the Bronco II offered four wheel drive as an option, whereas the full size Bronco was always 4wd. The Bronco II did not have a removable roof, except for a low production run of Sherrod modified Bronco IIs. These had a soft top and custom fiberglass to finished off the cut roof.
The Fender Bronco was an electric guitar model produced by the Fender company from mid 1967 until 1981. It used the body and neck from the Fender Mustang, but had only one pickup and a different tremolo arm mechanism. Unlike the other Mustang variants which had 22.5" scales, the Bronco was offered only with a 24" scale length and a maple neck featuring a "round-lam" rosewood fingerboard with 22 frets and clay dot inlays.
The Fender Bronco was introduced to the market as a student guitar. It had been worked on since 1964 and then produced in mid 1967. It was originally supposed to replace the Musicmaster. It was initially sold as a "package" with the Fender Bronco Amp, a small amplifier also created for students.