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For Sale: 1967 Ford Bronco
in Charlotte, North Carolina

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Frame off Restoration. Painted bright sliver. Front and rear fenders replaced. Front and rear wheel wells replaced. Front floorboards replaced. Entire inner tub professionally spray-lined. New stainless steel front window hinge. Underside of tub heavily coated with rubberized undercoating. Frame sanded and painted gloss black. Custom roll rage built by Carolina Rock Shop. Roll cage is tied into the frame for added strength. Proto-Fab front bumper, Hansen rear bumper with swing away tire carrier. (cage and bumpers were powder-coated). The engine was build by a local engine shop. It’s a 302, bored .040 over, with a RV cam. Engine has Eldebrock alum heads and a Eldebroock performer alum intake and Holley 650. Roller rockers and ceramic headers, hooked to dual exhast and Flowmaster 40’s. The engine is very strong, sounds incredible, and is detailed with lot’s of alum parts. The transmission is a NP435 4-spd. Complete new Painless wiring harness installed. The front Dane 30 was switched to a completely rebuilt Dana 44, complete with new disk brakes. The rear diff has a new set of 4:11 gears. I have the front drive-shaft, but it is not installed since the restoration. The front gears are 3:50 so they will need to be upgraded to match the rear ratio. The suspension hasa 3.5” Wild Horses lift, with new leaf springs and dual shocks up front. All the steering hardware has been replaced, including the gear box, power steering pump and steering column.This Bronco is 90% complete, but I have lost the motivation to complete the project. Plus I have a daughter going off to college in less than a year and need the $$$$. There are couple of issue that will need to be resolved by the new owner. The major issue has to do with the door. The body shop that performed the body work made a mistake working on the doors. They welded the window frames to the door, on 66 -67 Broncos the window frames bolted to the door. This would not be a problem, as 68-77 Bronco’s come with the window frames welded to the doors. The problem is when they welded the frames to the doors, they made a mistake and the window frames to not match the rake of the front windshield. The window frames will need to be removed, replaced and repainted. My solution has been to run the Bronco without doors. I’ve never taken it off-road and I’ve never driven it in the rain, in fact I rarely drive it at all, so doors are not a necessity. I do have the doors and all the parts and pieces (internals) to complete them. The doors fit fine, and open and close fine, and latch fine. I’ve never install a radio, or a speedometer cable. Mileage is unknown, but it has had less than 2,000 miles since it was restored. The shop that built the roll cage managed to scratch the paint in a few places. See photos. I have the hardtop, but it has not been restored. The wheels and tires are brand new from 4-Wheel Parts. You can always buy a un-restored Bronco and spend two years and $30,000.00 restoring it, or you can buy this one for much less. There is still enough work to be completed to give you a project to tinker on. But it can also be driven while you are tinkering. I simply do not have the time or motivation to finish the job. I really do not want to sell this Bronco to someone without them personally inspecting it. There is some work that needs to be completed; there are a few issues that need to be resolved. I want the buyer to know exactly what he or she is getting. I have spent over $35,000.00 and a lot of time on this Bronco. I am asking $22,500.00 which I think is a very fair price. This Bronco looks great, sounds awesome, and get’s a lot of attention.
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United States
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Charlotte, NC
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Partially Restored

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Very Good

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Partially Restored

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Very Good

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Part-Time 4WD

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