1974 Ford Bronco. Four Wheel Drive. 302 V8 / automatic transmission. Equipped with 4 barrel carburetor, headers and power steering. Solid body with driver quality paint. The color is a light gold. Interior is typical early Bronco bare-bones interior, but it`s in good condition. The engine runs great and transmission shifts spot-on. The 4x4 works fine. It drives as you`d expect of an older 4x4 truck with big tires. The brakes work well. Aluminum wheels are 15" with 33x12.50 radial LT mud tires, in decent condition. The winch is a tough as nails, Warn 8403. Overall, a good-looking solid Bronco that`s ready to go.
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Ford enthusiasts eager to hit the off-road trails in the new Bronco
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Rarely seen in original condition with such low mileage, the 1966 Ford Bronco is the Pick of the Day
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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!
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