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People say there are 1966 Broncos and then there are 1967 to 1977 Broncos, the 1966 is unique to itself and highly collectible. This Rare 1966 UnCut Bronco Half Cab is a sweet show piece, and the year 1966 is becoming the epitome of ' the collectible Broncos'. The early generation Broncos are in a prime spot of the collector car hobby, its generation of buyers have settled in and are buying cars of the era they grew up with and Broncos seem to be the Hot ticket with over a 200% surge in value you cannot overlook them any longer, and in all variations… The market has a demand for vintage 4x4.
Bloomberg published an article and the Tagline was “BUY A VINTAGE BRONCO NOW! BEFORE THEY COST $100,000”. Many people sneered at this but in time it’s become more and more evident, with Broncos breaking records at Auctions and Restomod examples are being priced at 225k to 250k for such brands as Icon. This statement made may be very very true… We have seen the early original examples get scooped up first and slowly filtering back into the market at Double and Triple previous values. Original and rust free is the key and buying the right Bronco can be a challenge, but investing in the right one with return with high profits, being a Vehicle you can enjoy and show and collect we like this little Half Cab and recommend it for a useable investment.
Bronco was restored by a professional shop in and sparingly used since, we purchase the car form a Collector in Texas who babied it with as much love as the restorer put into it. The restoration was a full frame off with every detail gone over (see a few examples in pictures attached) The Baby blue paint is in great condition Interior is in great shape with the exception of the radio not currently hooked up. but it is the original radio. Full spare in the bed with the factory tire jack 6 cylinder engine and 3-speed transmission are in perfect working condition Recently replaced starter Overall.
Bronco's are hard to find these days and Half Cabs are even more rare and desirable. Very few were built and mostly early on, this particular example looks to be 1266th one built (A early Car no doubt). Its condition is extremely nice and restored, it runs and drives good, Im sure you would be very happy with the Truck, don’t fear the 6cyl is what I tell people it is a unbustable little engine and cruising along the highway smoothly its not Corvette ferocious but gets you where you need to go check out my videos on youtube I’m on the highway passing people and driving up with traffic no Worries you can go anywhere!!! teh TOP does come off, we can make it have a roll bar or bimini top or however you like it!!!
The headline for the Pick of the Day advertisement says simply: 1976 Ford Bronco for sale. But open the ad and you find something weirdly different, something that makes you squint your eyes and scratch your head and say, “What the what?” Oh yeah, it’s a Bronco all right, at least mechanically, but one that […]
You might need some flared jeans and flannel to go along with this retro-themed, custom-painted Pick of the Day, a striking metallic-green 1978 Ford Bronco complete with lots of chrome, custom accent artwork and a 429 cid V8 to power it down Main Street. When Ford released the Bronco in 1966, its intention was for […]
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RM Sotheby’s has added another Online Only auction to its summer calendar, with Open Roads, North America going up for bidding July 23-30 with about 80 collector cars from which to choose. “The Open Roads, North America auction lineup spans the collector car market, ranging from American Classics to modern sports and supercars, with early […]