Engine: 302 CID V8
Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic
Body Style: Convertible
Exterior Color: Red
Interior Color: Black
The engine and transmission were rebuilt about 3 years ago. Along with a new electrical ignition switch, water pump, starter, power steering pump, new radiator, rebuilt gear box transfer case, rebuilt carburetor, new motor & transmission mounts, new rear main seal, and drive shafts have all been replaced. Nearly $25,000 in restoration has been done to this beautiful Bronco. The restoration had came from both Tech Auto and Atlas Auto throughout the last 3 years keeping this Bronco up to par with all the other Bronco’s out on the street. The resotoration, including what has been listed and more, is all documented making it hard to find something wrong on this truck. The truck sits on a set of black 15” steel wheels that are wrapped in 32” BF Goodrich All Terrain tires provide plenty of traction and tread life to keep you rolling down the street. If you feel you want to take it off the roads and have a little more fun just switch it into 4WD and enjoy! The is NO RUST on this vehicle.
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.
The Pick of the Day is a rare piece of superbike history
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