This 1996 Ford Bronco XLT is a very very clean Bronco that spent
its entire life in Nevada and Southern California. This is the last
year for the Bronco and it was obviously very well taken care of
and it was also tastefully modified. The body on this Bronco is
exceptionally clean and the underside is super clean as well. You
can still see the original primer on the underside floors. The
truck was repainted and it looks really nice. This Bronco has a
great look and a great stance! The interior is also really nice and
appears to be all original with the exception of the floor mat
which is new.
The engine is the 5.8L V8 or 351 Windsor. It runs excellent! The transmission is the Automatic E40D which shifts nice. Both axles have 4.56 and the rear is posi. This is a nice addition because of the bigger tires. The front axle was gone through and has new ball joints. The suspension is really nice with extended front radius arms, a 4 Inch Dick Cepek Spring Lift all the way around. The Rear Springs are custom and there are Bilstein Shocks all the way around. All of this makes for a really nice riding and driving Bronco....much softer than factory ride. They also added New mickey Thompson Black Rims with 35 Inch Mickey Thompson tires. All of the lights, blinkers, wipers, gauges, horn, and heat are working. AC is not blowing cold.
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