This 1973 420HP Coyote Bronco has our own Patent Pending Legend 12 inch coil-over suspension and has been built to exceed the Classic Ford Bronco industry’s highest standards. This is the most durable Coyote Bronco we’ve ever built with Legend 12″ coil over suspension and a Gen 2 Coyote engine to date. It has a new Coyote engine coupled with a (700HP capable) 4R70W four-speed automatic transmission, along with a new Atlas 2 3.0 ratio two speed shift-on-the-fly transfer case, backed up with new Spicer drive shafts and u-joints.
It has custom ($10K each) Currie Fabricated Ford 9" front and rear axles. It has the best brakes you can install on a Bronco, Wilwood 4 wheel disc brakes in front and in the back, plus new 17x7" Smooth Retro off-white wheels with 4.5" back spacing (perfect for uncut fenders) new 285/70R17 BFG All Terrain tires, with recently installed FORD dog-dish hub caps, plus a matching spare wheel and tire mounted to a new heavy duty black powder coated Rock Solid rear bumper with a swing out tire carrier, plus a Legend plated steel front bumper with push bar, new Baja Designs 4" LED lights complement the new 7" LED head lamps in front.
This Bronco has all new electrical, and you will not see ANY wires run inside the engine bay, all wiring has been professionally hidden behind the paneling so the engine bay looks immaculate. The A/C lines are completely hidden as well. It has a completely new Vintage Distressed "Almond Glow" $25K leather interior, you will hard pressed to find another Bronco like this one!
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As part of the unveiling of the new and sixth-generation Ford Broncos, the automaker has prepared an infographic that shares the history of the vehicles, dating to the original Ford-built World War II General Purpose military vehicle, or “GP.” Ford launched its civilian version in 1966 but ended production after five generations of Broncos in […]
With Ford unveiling its modern Bronco, an original exudes loads of street cred, especially if it’s been fitted with a V8 like the one on the latest episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage.” This 1968 Ford Bronco is part of Leno’s own collection. The funny man was gifted the SUV on the eve of his last taping […]
Ford is bringing back its Bronco sport utility vehicle, and this time with a three-vehicle “Built Wild” herd of 4x4s that includes a classic 2-door Bronco and the first 4-door Bronco, which also is available in Bronco Sport guise. Production of the new Broncos will begin in early 2021 in Michigan, Ford said. In addition […]
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. That certainly seems to be the situation with the Ford Bronco. Prices of vintage Broncos have soared in anticipation of Ford’s announcement that, at 8 p.m. Eastern time Monday, July 13, it finally will unveil not only the new Bronco, but the first 4-door Bronco and a […]
The headline for the Pick of the Day advertisement says simply: 1976 Ford Bronco for sale. But open the ad and you find something weirdly different, something that makes you squint your eyes and scratch your head and say, “What the what?” Oh yeah, it’s a Bronco all right, at least mechanically, but one that […]
You might need some flared jeans and flannel to go along with this retro-themed, custom-painted Pick of the Day, a striking metallic-green 1978 Ford Bronco complete with lots of chrome, custom accent artwork and a 429 cid V8 to power it down Main Street. When Ford released the Bronco in 1966, its intention was for […]
In mid-March, I wrote a commentary headlined “I don’t understand the need for driving gloves: Do people wear them just to look cool, or do they enhance car control?” While I have nothing against such gloves, or against those who might wear them, I had never understood exactly why people would wear them, or why […]
Next-gen won’t be revealed until spring. Meanwhile, we see Leno’s resto-mod ’68 and a bunch of Broncos with off-road racing history
Great Bikes and Bad Business: A Brief History of Norton Motorcycles is one of the latest YouTube entries from On Yer Bike, a British motorcycle video producer. This episode focuses on Norton, among the greatest motorcycle brands from the U.K., and as the title says, the great bikes it produced as well as the many […]
Pierce-Arrow was one of the greatest luxury brands from its start in 1901 until its demise in 1938, building a succession of advanced automobiles of all kinds, as well as trucks, buses, boats and motorcycles of the highest order. The Buffalo, New York, automaker was in its heyday when it produced the Pick of the […]