We love first generation Ford Broncos because they have the classic silhouette, are a cool convertible around town, and have the 4x4 prowess to go off-road at a moment's notice. It's a skill set that never goes out of style, especially when all these qualities have been enhanced so well on an example like this one.
A slick application of Copper Metallic looks just like all the desert sunsets you'll be chasing in this classic SUV. This Bronco is special, a fiberglass body, fenders, and hood, which is exactly what you want. After all, lightweight weather resistant panels on a strong chassis is the ideal combo. It showcases form and function at the same time. For example, the metallic gray on the hood's power bulge, fender flares, and tubular steel bumpers show off the truck's beefy side while also giving it a subtle two-tone. Everything from the Baja auxiliary lights to the wide polished wheels let you know this looker also knows how to go off-road.
The interior has that same feeling of style and function as the exterior. It starts with two high-back bucket seats. They're finished in a comfortable cloth, and this two-tone is coordinated on the door panels and rear seat. You get a mesh bikini top and a hard top can be made available, too. There's liner paint on the floor, RCI harnesses, and a full color-matched roll cage, so you know this Bronco means business. And you even get a grippy sports steering wheel, crisp auxiliary gauges, and a B&M shifter.
Under the hood is the largest motor that was offered in these first-gen Broncos: the mighty 302 cubic-inch V8. This motor looks great and fires up nicely, so you know there was a solid investment here. It inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as headers feed the dual exhaust. The V8 connects to a three-speed automatic transmission and two-speed 4x4 transfer case feeding both axles. Broncos have a tough off-road attitude, and that's only enhanced on this one with upgraded James Duff front end, including dual shock absorbers. And there are dual shocks out back, as well. Plus, you have power steering, power brakes w/disc up front, and the go-anywhere traction of BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As.
This Bronco represents maximum eye-appeal on the road and maximum fun off the road. Call now!