When she was a child, Susan Burdick had a Ford Bronco, and she liked it a lot.
Then, a few years ago, Burdock’s father bought the truck, which she used for yard work and other chores.
She said she bought the vehicle because it was just right for her, and it made her feel like she had something to prove to her son.
Now, Biddick has to prove she can keep the truck moving and her family from having to sell it.
The old Ford Broncos, with their small cab and four-wheel drive, are hard to sell.
But this old Ford, with its old Ford logo, has a lot of potential to be a great addition to a home.
“I think the Bronco is kind of the next big thing,” Biddock said.
Biddock was the owner of a ford pickup truck when her father bought it in the late 1970s, and he bought it because he loved it so much.
When Biddocks husband died, he bought her the truck and gave it to her as a gift.
But it wasn’t until about five years ago that the family started thinking about the truck.
The family decided to sell the truck because they were tired of buying used trucks from different people.
And Biddicks husband, who is 85, was in need of a truck that could do something with his house.
Biddickson said she was going to try to find someone who could build a nice truck that would be in good condition and be able to move it to his house at a reasonable price.
It wasn’t easy finding someone who would build a truck for her husband and her son, but she said the people she spoke with were all really great people.
She has been talking to people who own other old fords, and they were willing to build the truck for $15,000.
“I love it,” Bids said.
“I think it’s a good addition to the home.”
The ford has a six-foot, four-foot-wide trailer, and the trailer itself is in good shape.
While it’s not as big as a big truck like the Dodge Dakota, it can move and handle all kinds of things, including a four-lane highway with three lanes, Bids told The Huffington.
It also has two big air compressors, so the truck will have enough gas to go over the top of a snow plow.
Biddicks son, Kevin, who lives in Florida, also loves the truck so much that he recently bought a second one for $10,000, and Biddins son has already been driving it.
The family hopes to eventually sell the two trucks, which are located in a home they have in Los Angeles.
They hope to eventually build the Broncos out of concrete, which they plan to do with some scrap material.
In the meantime, Bidding said she has been making new memories with the truck while it’s being restored.
“It’s the coolest thing that’s ever happened to me,” she said.