Our Louisville showroom is proud to present this 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition for sale with only 9000 miles on the new crate motor. This clean 1994 Ford Bronco is a great example of why these SUV's are becoming so popular. With clean rust-free examples in short supply this 94 is a rare find. The Auto Check (i.e. Car Fax) indicates no accidents, mileage is actual and only a 3-owner car. Under the hood of this classic red and gold Bronco is the ever reliable 5.0 (302) V8 engine. All the accessories are in place and nothing looks to have been molested or bypassed. The 5.0 V8 is mated to an AOD automatic transmission for rock solid reliability and ease of driving. This Bronco is also 4wheel drive capable. The days of needing to jump out and lock the front wheels are gone. From the comfort of the driver's seat, a flip of the switch and you are instantly in 4 high. Flip another switch and the Bronco will go to 4 low. Inside the interior is in great shape with the tan leather being part of that Eddie Bauer package. These last generation Broncos have seen a huge jump in value over the past year and with these new age classics growing even more in popularity the sky's the limit. Options for this 1994 Ford Bronco Include; Air Conditioning, AM/FM radio with CD player, Cruise Control, Lumbar Supports, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks, Power Windows, Tilt Steering Wheel, Seat Belts, Driver side Airbag, Leather Interior and Aluminum Alloy Wheels wrapped in raised white letter radial tires. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view this car in person, please call the Louisville showroom at (812)294-1555 or email us directly at Louisville@GatewayClassicars.com.
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