The right first-gen Broncos expertly mixes mean 4x4 looks, V8
power, and convertible appeal. So check out this 1966 Ford Bronco
that gets it all quite right.
The blue metallic paint is a very cool upgrade. It still has the
rugged style, but now it also has a nice radiance in the sunlight
(and a Bronco is all about being outdoors.) Plus, there's a
well-coordinated dark side with the black bumpers, black fender
flares, and big black Mickey Thompson wheels. Even the details are
nice, like up front where the blue grille has black Ford lettering
and headlight bezels. And when the crisp black soft top is in
place, it gives this one the feel of fully coordinated
Because a Bronco like this is meant to be open to the world, the
same blue and black appeal on the outside is also continued on the
inside. Plus, it really has a rugged but enjoyable feeling that you
want on a vehicle like this. That's why the floor is fully covered
in liner paint and the classic seats are done in a durable vinyl.
It's a driver's machine kind of package with comfortable classic
features like the bucket seat and thin/grippy dual spoke steering
wheel. These are supplemented by nice upgrades like the Lokar floor
shifter, full AutoMeter auxiliary gauges, and a large AutoMeter
AutoGage tach. And the AM/FM/CD stereo with USB input is there so
you can enjoy your favorite music no matter if you're deep in the
woods or just driving through downtown.
The engine bay is perfect for a stylish 4x4 like this. The rugged
liner paint returns on the inner walls, and it funnels your
attention to the shining valve covers, air topper, and bold plug
wires all within the tidy engine bay. Ford's 302 cubic-inch V8 was
already the largest motor Ford ever offered in these first-gen
Broncos. Plus, the V8 has been upgraded with an Edelbrock
four-barrel carburetor, Weiand intake manifold, and headers feeding
a dual exhaust. There are the right supporting components, too,
like a Mallory distributor, MSD coil, and an aluminum radiator. It
makes for a powerful package that fires up nicely and runs strong.
Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly. The
lifted suspension, Mickey Thompson Baja Claw MTZ tires, and
two-speed 4x4 transfer case really uphold this Bronco's off-road
This is the classic Bronco with the right look and the right power
to make it your ideal go-anywhere classic. So don't miss this deal.