Body: SUV 2 Door
Engine: 347 CI Fuel Injected V-8 (Gasoline)
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
Color: Washington Blue with Stripes
Interior: Black with Blue
Chassis: Front & Rear Suspension Type: Adjustable King Shocks and Coilovers
Axle Specs: Currie 9"
Frt Wheel Spec: 22"
Rear Wheel Specs: 22"
Frt Tire Specs: 325/50/22
Rear Tire Spec: 325/50/22
Frt & Rear Brake Specs: Power Disc
Exhaust Type: Side Exit
This custom Bronco was worked on by companies such as Icon, Starwood and Urban Gears. This 1974 Bronco was found on a ranch in Wickenburg, AZ and brought out to Phoenix with a custom build in mind. A custom, one off, 4 link suspension set up was designed, with 12 inch travel in the front and 14 inch travel in the rear. Adjustable 3 inch King Shocks were decided on for ride control. One off, EVOD 22 inch wheels, that were custom designed, machined and wrapped in Nitto Trail Grapplers sit underneath the hand built steel fenders. Aluminum fender wells, smoothed firewall and custom front and rear roll pans were built. Powering the 74' Bronco is a Smedding Cobra 347 CI V-8 with Imagine 8 Stack Cross Ram Fuel Injection, pumping out 440 Horsepower and 420 lb/ft of Torque. The transmission is a 4R70W Automatic with Overdrive. Other options include AFR heads, Vintage Air Front Runner System, A and M aluminum radiator, a full stainless steel exhaust that was ceramic coated, Currie Nodular cases, a Currie 9 inch with 4.56 gears and more. Bringing it all to a stop are 6 piston Baer brakes. The interior has a full custom molded roll cage that was built and installed. The Bronco has a 60/40 flip bench with Navy Blue with White stitching on the seats. A custom box and cover were built to conceal the subwoofer, amp, battery and wiring in the rear of the Bronco. The buyer will also receive a build book on the Bronco, along with a custom lift for the hard top that lifts and stores the top when off of the SUV. A truly amazing Custom Build of an American Classic Bronco.
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