This beautiful un-cut '73 Ford Bronco has underwent $30K+ upgrades over this past year. If you have followed the market for Classic Broncos you know how hot it is and values to continue to climb. The 2 1/2" James Duff suspension lift gives it a more aggressive look than a stock Bronco without sacrificing the performance and steering.
Brand new Rampage Soft top which is a great way to give you the option of zipping out the windows, completely folding the top down, or leaving it fully intact for full coverage when needed. All of the glass is in great condition and windows roll-up and down nicely.
All seats have been completely re-done from new springs and cushion along with all new upholstery. Full Family roll cage with 3-point harness seatbelts for all 4 positions. The center console has been upholstered to match the seats and gives you the ability to lock by a custom code. The sound system is equally as nice with a Retro Wireless Bluetooth radio that replicates the original style. The speakers are marine quality for those times you get caught with the top down in the rain.
This Bronco is powered by a 302 V8 with a C4 Automatic Transmission. With the newly installed Edelbrock Intake Manifold along with a 4 bbl Edelbrock carburetor, it makes the Bronco very responsive. The Magnaflow Dual exhaust also adds a nice tune to this classic. Power steering and Power front disc brakes make handling and stopping a breeze. Even though this Bronco stands as tall as it does it still handles the road beautifully at any speed. This baby is ready for the next owner to just turn the key and enjoy!!!
Please find a partial list below of the upgrades over this past year:
- Duff 2-1/2” suspension lift
- Spice Vinyl Seat Covers
- Rampage Soft Top
- Retrosound Bluetooth Radio
- Waterproof marine speakers
- BFG K02 All-Terrain Tires
- US Mag Powder Coated Wheels
- Family Roll Cage
- Magnaflow Dual Exhaust
- Bilstein Shocks
- Harmonic Balancer
- Edelbrock Intake Manifold
- Aluminum Valve Covers
- Edelbrock 4 bbl carburetor
- Floor Kit
- Custom Side Panel Inserts
- Rebuilt Transfer Case
- Anti-Sway Bar
- Total LED
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