Things that Make the Bronco Community Unique.

BuzzyBud

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Recently, I have been thinking about what makes communities unique. (We all know how Jeep has “The Wave” and “The Badge of Honor”.)

To understand the Bronco community, I began exploring our archives. More specifically, the threads devoted to the Legacy Vehicles, Gen 1 – 5 Broncos.

Sometimes I lose sight of the forest for the trees, for our uniqueness is right here. It is Bronco Nation and how it gathers generations of owners with Broncos which span decades. That is unique.

I encourage other members to explore our archives and share the threads which spoke to you in gaining a deeper understanding of our unique community.
 

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Great post BuzzyBud! I am genuinely excited to become a part of this community. I drive a Jeep, I’ve tried connecting via forums and other communities, but it seems there is always the “square headlights isn’t a Jeep” “4 doors aren’t Jeep’s” “it’s no longer a Jeep it’s a Fiat” there is so much negativity based on the different generations, doors, and motor options.

It seems that with the Bronco, Ford has kid a homage with the modern retro look, and the community for the most part has embraced the models (including the Sport).

I’m thinking of driving my Jeep up to Super Cel East, and camping in it while participating in the community more!

Thank you again for the post!
 

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Great post BuzzyBud! I am genuinely excited to become a part of this community. I drive a Jeep, I’ve tried connecting via forums and other communities, but it seems there is always the “square headlights isn’t a Jeep” “4 doors aren’t Jeep’s” “it’s no longer a Jeep it’s a Fiat” there is so much negativity based on the different generations, doors, and motor options.

It seems that with the Bronco, Ford has kid a homage with the modern retro look, and the community for the most part has embraced the models (including the Sport).

I’m thinking of driving my Jeep up to Super Cel East, and camping in it while participating in the community more!

Thank you again for the post!
I suspect for most 2021/2022 Bronco owners, SuperCel has been all about seeing the latest Bronco. Maybe sit in one and participate in a ride-along. That is all good. But there is so much more. As you dig deep into the history of our community you may gain a new understanding of why members keep returning to SuperCel each year.
 
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From a grand scale, I would say diversity is what best identifies the Bronco to me. As I understand the history, the Bronco was conceived to be more 'all purpose'. The design was\is based on being able to have a vehicle that could be more versatile at serving both off and on road needs. To me, this broadened the audience to all people resulting in a more diverse set of people. Whether this was simply a task of being more pragmatic - it resulted in bringing people of all types together which appeals to me.