This 1970 Ford Bronco Sport came from California and is a clean as
a whistle. No rust, original floors and rockers, and a nice rig!
This truck spent its whole life in California before spending a
year in Idaho and that is why it is so clean. This Bronco has an
older paint job that still looks good. The interior is very clean
and looks great. No rips or tears in seats...just a nice clean
truck for the money!! Mechanically this rig is exceptional. It has
a recently rebuilt 302 V8 with aluminum intake, electronic
ignition, Edelbrock carb, and everything on the engine is new or
rebuilt. Runs Fantastic and sounds fantastic with the Flowmaster
Exhaust! It also has a new radiator and new Centech Wiring Harness.
Both axles have also been gone through and they are 4.10 gears
front & rear. They have addressed pretty much everything on this
Bronco and spent a ton of money on the suspension as well. It is a
Custom Adjustable Coil Over Suspension with Fox Shocks and it makes
this thing drive excellent. Our test drive was a pleasure as the
ride was comfortable and the Bronco Ran and Drove excellent!!! All
lights, blinkers, wipers, etc were working. It also has a nice
stereo with a subwoofer. Some other nice options include an
upgraded 23 Gallon Fuel tank, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes,
Swing Away Tire Carrier, and 35 Inch Tires. At this price point it
won't stick around long.
Complete pictures and video at www.4-wheelclassics.com.
A new Ford Bronco is on the way, but the classics are coming back too
Ford enthusiasts eager to hit the off-road trails in the new Bronco
The Pick of the Day is the premium version of the SUV’s second generation
Rarely seen in original condition with such low mileage, the 1966 Ford Bronco is the Pick of the Day
Trucks and SUVs dominate the top ranks of the Hagerty Vehicle Rating, taking the top five spots with the 1966-77 Ford Bronco dethroning the 1976-86 Jeep CJ-7 from the No.1 spot.
As enthusiasts anticipate the debut of the new Ford Bronco, interest in early models continues to build.
I guess we shouldn’t be surprised: The very first Ford Bronco produced ended up in Carroll Shelby’s hands, and he immediately replaced the six-cylinder engine with a 289-cubic-inch V8.
Earlier this year, Ford announced they would add four SUVs to the lineup, and it became widely assumed that the beloved Bronco would be among them.
Time to come down to earth after all the top-drawer concours cars and lofty auction prices last week in Monterey. So let’s go four-wheeling!