Every car has a history. Some are vintage racing machines that competed in historic events or were owned by celebrities — but not many belonged to a real hero. This 1991 Ford Bronco was Adam Brown's first car. Adam was a Navy Seal killed in Afghanistan in 2010 during an ambush and received the Silver Star for Heroism for actions that saved the lives of his fellow SEAL team members. What started as a restoration for Adam's children Nathan and Savannah morphed into a tribute to their father. A frame-off rebuild put a 400-plus horsepower, 5-liter Coyote motor under the hood mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. A custom fiberglass front clip, fender flares, and BDS suspension components make this Bronco something Adam would have been proud of.