This 1973 Ford Bronco was purchased by the seller as an unfinished project in 2019 and was recently brought to completion. The 302ci V8 is fitted with GT40 cylinder heads, roller rockers, and electronic fuel injection. Power is routed through a C4 automatic transmission with a custom torque converter, a twin-stick dual range transfer case, a Dana 44 front axle, and a 9″ rear end. A repaint in orange was recently performed by the seller, and additional equipment includes a lift kit, front disc brakes, a fiberglass hood, 17″ steel wheels, a bikini top, and more.
The truck was finished from the factory in Burnt Orange (Y) and was recently repainted by the seller. The work included installing a fiberglass hood with pins and replacing the rear quarter panels, windshield, and seals. LED headlights have been added.
White-finished 17″ steel wheels wear 285/75 Falken Wildpeak tires, and the truck rides on a Wild Horses 3″ lift with a 2.5″ lift block kit in the rear. Braking is provided by front discs and rear drums with newer brake lines and a Wilwood master cylinder. A black bikini top is included in the sale.
Black vinyl front seats are separated by a locking center console with cupholders. LINE-X bedliner has been applied to the floors, and an extended roll cage was added. Additional equipment includes a twin-stick shifter for the Dana 20 transfer case and a Kenwood four-speaker stereo system.
A wood-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel is mounted on an ididit tilt steering column with an integrated shifter. The white-painted dash houses a Classic Instruments speedometer surrounded by a number of auxiliary gauges. The five-digit mechanical odometer shows 110 miles , and total mileage is unknown.
The 302ci V8 was reportedly rebuilt by Bad-Ass Racing Engines and is fitted with aluminum cylinder heads from a Mustang GT 40, roller rocker valves, and a Holley Sniper electronic fuel injection system. A replacement wiring harness has been added, along with an aluminum radiator, a rear-mounted 21-gallon fuel tank, and new fuel lines.
Power is sent to the rear or all four wheels through a C4 three-speed automatic transmission with a custom torque converter and a twin-stick two-speed transfer case as well as a Dana 44 front axle and a rebuilt 9″ rear axle.