1969 Ford Bronco 351C engine with 55k original miles C4 automatic transmission Dana 44s front and rear w/ limited slip dif Under the hood: New Painless wiring harness Brake booster Miloden off road oil pan Edelbrock 4 barrel carburator New radiator and core support Distributor electronic ignition New custom exhaust Interior: New cluster New knobs Retro bluetooth stereo and speaker Steering column and wheel Electronic wiper motors Original seats with new covers New floor pans Spray in bed liner throughout New door seals Exterior: New factory rear quarter panels Body has been taken off frame, stripped and all imperfections fixed primed and painted like new New Best Top canvas top 3" Toms Bronco lift and suspension w/ 31" BFG All terrains Front and Rear bumpers All new lights Black accents and badging It does have a fiberglass hood to make room for carb and distributor.
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!
Each year on the eve of the SEMA Show, SEMA staffers do a car count.