1966 Ford Bronco Roadster (U13) – Built as a direct competitor to the International Scout, the original Ford Bronco was initially offered in three cab types: a wagon, a pickup (discontinued after 1972), and an open model with cut-out filler panels instead of doors, to come off something as a big CJ-5. The four-wheel-drive Bronco earned a loyal following from new. Interest increased in the central plains states and the American west, while they also disappeared rapidly from the northern states, being a good platform for a small snowplow and the perfect get-around vehicle in the winter. Engine choices were limited to a 170-cid inline six-cylinder and a 289-cid V-8 during the model's first year of production, and a 302-cid appeared in 1969. Otherwise, minimal changes to functionality or cosmetics were made during the truck's 12-year run. Though popular, the Bronco didn't have wide-spread utility or mass appeal and production figures weren't as high as survivorship might lead one to believe. The U13 Roadster production only lasted from 1966-1968 with only 5,000 units rolling off the assembly line. It is believed that only 150 are still in existence.