Originally designed to be an off road vehicle to compete with the Jeep CJ and International Harvester Scout, the Bronco was Ford's first compact SUV. Introduced in 1966 and offered with a wide range of engines, the Bronco was an instant success. The third generation truck was introduced in 1980 and was a significant downsize from the previous full size model. It was designed to be more fuel efficient as well as better to drive on road. Sharing the front and interior with the popular F-series pickup truck, the 3rd generation Bronco was immediately welcomed by consumers.
GR Auto Gallery is proud to present this gorgeous restored 1982 Bronco for your consideration. The Dark Blue Metallic is particularly nice and has excellent shine and gloss. Tan lower trim looks very nice as well and adds nice contrast along with the white factory hard top. Chrome and plastic trim are remarkably nice and looks very fresh. Newer 33in BF Goodrich tires are mounted on alloy wheels and the truck is also equipped with a spare tire holder, dual exhausts, and a trailer hitch. The tan interior is gorgeous and has excellent leather seats that are free of rips and stains and even feature the dual arm rests. The dashboard, door cards, and headliner are very nice as well. The interior features a Sony radio, steering wheel with cruise control, air conditioning, power windows.
A beautiful rust free truck, this example also features a brand new 302cid V8 crate motor as well as a brand new automatic transmission and nearly $9k was spent on just getting the mechanicals up to spec. This truck also features such improvements like a new fuel tank, new A/C evaporator, wheel cylinder, clutch, carb, radiator and more. Coming to us from Mississippi, this truck is ready to go anywhere in the world!