This 1976 Ford Bronco has the allure of a fiberglass body. Plus,
you get proper V8 power, the control of a four-speed, and a true
4x4 with a lifted stance. So you want this one for far more than
just its cool appearance.
The Kentrol fiberglass bodies are a big draw for many of us. It
means newer panels out of corrosion-free materials, and so that
takes some of the guesswork out of classic 4x4 ownership. It's
especially good for those who want to use the 4x4 to the fullest.
And you see more of that attitude in the lifted stance, tubular
rear bumper with hitch, and swing-away rear mount with a space for
a full-size spare. Plus, that brush guard with Hella spotlights up
front is all about getting you deeper into nature. But even when
you just want to use this Bronco for in-town driving, it impresses
with the level of shine on the blue finish. The panels have a
factory-level fit while integrating fender flares, and there's just
the right amount of bright trim. So it makes for a package that's
The bright blue continues inside, and now it's joined by a tasteful
black on the door panels, floor, and dash pad. The seats are also
done in a durable black vinyl with low back bucket up front and a
bench on the rear. The hardtop is removable so that you can enjoy
the outdoors to the fullest. And this also has a proper roll bar
and textured floors to make opening up to the world an easy
decision. There are nice driving upgrades, like the Grant sports
steering wheel, full VDO gage package, and the large tach goes
quite well with the James Duff floor shifters.
The engine bay has a nice look with details like clean hoses, newer
belts, and ribbed Ford Motorsports valve covers. Ford's 351
cubic-inch V8 is an upgraded displacement over the stock Bronco.
There are also performance upgrades like a Holley four-barrel
carburetor, an Edelbrock Performer intake, MSD coil, and headers.
The V8 fires up readily, and you keep firm control over it all with
the four-speed manual transmission. This has a true Bronco frame
for proper off-road duty, and the two-speed 4x4 transfer case
combines with the Cooper Discoverer A/T3 tires to give you
go-anywhere traction. Plus, the power steering and power brakes
with front discs are a great for going on or off-road.
Complete with build receipts, this is the bold Bronco with the
desirable fiberglass body. Don't let something this distinct and
capable slip away. Call today!!!