This is a restored 1972 Ford Bronco that has the sharp look of a
true classic, and at the same time, it has the V8 power an all the
right features of a go-anywhere 4x4. So it's the ideal machine for
those who love both power and poise.
The factory correct Medium Mallard Green paint has benefited from a
modern clearcoat respray and a professional hand applying it. The
metallic element really pops in the sunlight. And with the fenders,
grille, and hardtop painted white, you get the appeal of a
two-tone. There are nice details, like the bright chrome bumpers
and cool 15-inch black wheels. And overall, this has the nice look
of quality where you can tell they took the time to make sure the
body panels were crisp before the first drop of green went
This mix of beauty and brawn continues inside. The exterior green
returns on the doors, and the white returns on the dash. This is
joined by a well-done parchment upholstery on the seats, door
inserts, and side panels. In fact, you may notice this this is
finished to a bit of a higher standard to make sure it looks nice
and feels comfy with the roof in place. Bucket seats are always
preferable for a driver's classic, and this really has a cool
vintage feel, right down to the classic dual-spoke steering wheel
and column shifter.
The extra clean inner walls of the engine bay funnel all your
attention to the V8 in the middle. Ford's mighty 302 cubic-inch V8
was the largest offered in the first-gen Bronco series. This one
takes it a step further with upgrades like a Holley four-barrel
carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and the sweet-sounding glasspack dual
exhaust. The three-speed manual transmission gives you good control
on the road. Plus, the two-speed 4x4 transfer case and Pathfinder
tires make sure the fun doesn't stop when the pavement ends.
This is the bright, complete, and go-anywhere classic Bronco you're
going to love. Call today!!!