I just picked up a little 4x4 a couple of months ago. She's bare bones now but in a couple of weeks she'll get a 3" lift, new rims and 35" Totos. I have a Ranch Hand walk-around bumper that I'll put on after the new tires. Later I'll add a tuner and 4" exhaust.
That's a very neat bronco and sharp looking Blazer. We will be working on a '78 Bronco right after we finished installing the new shocks, smittybilt bumper and some LED lights on the current Wrangler project. These Bronco's are tough and fun play with.
Mine is a 1961 model. It's kind of cool in that it shares some newer interior parts with the early CJ5's. Rubber padded brake and clutch pedals, t-handle parking brake, gauge cluster, seats, etc... Whereas my dad's 1953 CJ3B shares interior parts with the older CJ3A model. Separate gauges, older style brake handle, metal pedals, older style seats, etc...
It won't be completely original. It will have a 12v system instead of a 6v system, 31's, CJ5 style roll bar and nice big disk brakes among a few other small modifications here and there.