This 1969 Ford Bronco, designed by Ralph Holguin and built with his team at RMD Garage and featured on Velocity network, is a one-of-a-kind Bronco nicknamed "Urban Madness." It underwent a complete frame-off restoration and is powered by a small-block 302ci engine with a Borla throttle-body induction system and custom Borla exhaust system, mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. It has been finished in custom BASF matte Military Green paint with dark Shadow Gray accents and features a handcrafted Bronco grille, cut-down steel doors, a custom one-off roll cage, and is outfitted with Go Rhino front and rear bumpers, WARN winch, Go Rhino running boards and a custom handcrafted hood. This Bronco features a 6" Skyjacker lift and rides on TIS Monster wheels with 35" Open Country MT Toyo tires and 14" Wilwood disc brakes. LED lights surround the entire Bronco HID headlights as well as the upgraded HID taillights. The custom handcrafted leather interior features military-style webbing inserts and a custom dash with Classic Instruments digital gaues and is equipped with a Bluetooth Kicker audio system and a custom SPOD lighting system. An immense amount of man-hours for the fabrication and body work were used to transform this Bronco into "Urban Madness."
The Pick of the Day is an affordable SUV that could grow in value
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.