This 1968 Ford Bronco was modified by a previous owner before being purchased three years ago by the seller. Finished in metallic blue with a black soft top and custom interior, the truck features digital gauges, plastic flares, lifted suspension, and oversized Wild Country tires. Power comes from a carbureted 5.0-liter V8 paired with a 3-speed manual transmission and a 2-speed transfer case. This Bronco is offered with Ontario registration in the seller’s name.
The truck was repainted in metallic blue under previous ownership and is equipped with a roll bar, plastic fender flares, chrome bumpers and mirrors, and a black vinyl top.
Slotted alloy wheels wear Wild Country Radial XTX tires. Running gear modifications include a lift kit, Bilstein shock absorbers, and power-assisted front disc brakes.
The interior features a body-colored steel dashboard, black vinyl front bucket and rear bench seats, an aftermarket climate control unit, and a Grant steering wheel. Black carpeting is present up front, while the rear seat and cargo areas are finished in bed liner. A digital gauge cluster has replaced the original instruments, and the seller believes that the digital odometer was set to zero when it was installed. Total chassis mileage is unknown.
The carbureted 5.0-liter V8 was reportedly sourced from a Mustang and features an Edelbrock intake as well as ribbed rocker covers and polished accessories. An oil change was reportedly performed last summer.
Additional undercarriage photos are included in the gallery here: http://fordbronco1968.com/
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