This is a fully restored 1970 Ford Bronco that has the sharp look of a true classics, and at the same time, it has the V8 power an all the right features of a go-anywhere 4x4. So it's the ideal machine for those who love both power and poise.
When a vehicle recently completes restoration, you want it to look like this. The Ascot Blue paint has the deep and even luster of a professional hand applying it. And you can tell they took the time to make sure the body panels were crisp .....
before the first drop of blue went down. Rivaling the paint for shine is all of the investment in brightwork like the chrome brush guard, 15-inch billet alloys, full trim, and freshly-dipped chrome bumpers. And as you're looking at some of these shining pieces, you're also picking up on the added function of this Bronco, too. KC fog lights, full-sizes spare on a swing-away mount, and the tall 4x4 stance make this sharp Bronco also look quite rugged.
This mix of beauty and brawn continues inside. The exterior blue returns on the dash and door tops, and now its combined with a tasteful black. You can see how thoughtful they were about creating a true off-road convertible. That's why you have well-done and useful details, like the floor covered in rugged liner paint that's color-matched to the rest of the metal. And the glossy black roll bar has been done with style while also adding safety. There's plenty more off-road ready equipment, including grab handles, fire extinguisher, and a nice bikini top to keep the sunshine off your shoulders whenever you want. They even expertly mounted handy features like a shovel, axe, gas can, and first aid kit. This is also done for nice driver comfort, including bucket seats, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, added tach, cup holders, and Infiniti speakers. Plus, an AM/FM/CD stereo is mounted in the center console that also serves as a nice locking box for those times when you just want to pop into the shops.
Ford's mighty 302 cubic-inch V8 was the largest offered in the first-gen Bronco series, but you'll like this one for more than just its size. The engine bay was done to look just as sharp as the interior and exterior. That means a bold blue block, shining air topper, and cool Bronco ribbed valve covers. Plus, it has all the right pieces for both added power and durability, including a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer hi-rise intake, steel braded hoses, a Champion aluminum radiator, and headers feeding the sweet-sounding dual exhaust. The V8 connects to a stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission and two-speed transfer case feeding both axles. And as you look at the undercarriage photos, you can see that this one looks fresh all over. So if you don't want to get muddy, power steering and power brakes with discs up front make this a fine package to enjoy in town, too.
Here's a freshly done classic 4x4 that offers both distinction and ability. This is the Bronco represents maximum fun on and off the road. Don't wait, call today!!