A custom color combo, nice upgrades, V8 power, 4x4 prowess, and all
around rarity make sure that you (and everyone else) really take
note of this 1978 Ford Bronco.
We're all on the lookout for a well-done second-gen Bronco. That's
because these have the instant distinction of only being available
for two short model years. But That's not what first got you
attracted to this one. The bold two-tone look is what really
instantly attracts eyeballs. The white upper section distinctly
contrasts the deep blue lower part, and these have a proper
dividing line provided by this Ranger-level premium full-length
trim. You'll love taking this look outdoors, and it's not just for
the high-gloss finish. The blue is actually a Chamaeleon color that
shifts to a green tint with the light. And because people will be
spending extra time looking at the body, even the details are nice.
That's why you have features including mirror-like chrome bumpers,
a new grille, a white hardtop to match the paint, and side steps to
go with the lifted 4x4 stance.
While you can take the white roof off to make this a convertible
4x4, it looks like the restored interior has never spent the day in
nature. This crisp black presentation includes new carpeting, new
front headliner, and new seat upholstery with nicely bolstered
front buckets that look like they were borrowed from a latter
Bronco. The upgraded sports steering wheel and auxiliary gauge trio
are great for driving. Plus, the stereo is now an AM/FM/CD unit
with Bluetooth and a USB input. So it's easy to spend all day
enjoying your favorite driving music.
While the previous generation Bronco stopped at Ford's 302
cubic-inch V8, the second-gen means proper 351 V8 power. This has
quite stock look, but the details like the newer belts, wires, and
hoses all signal proper maintenance over the years. And the way
this V8 fires up and runs strong reaffirms the quality care
feeling. A two-speed 4x4 transfer case, beefy axles, newer off-road
shocks & springs, and BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires mean this
powerful classic can still take you deep into the wilderness. But
it also has features like a smooth-shifting three-speed automatic
transmission and a rear sway bar that make it ready to enjoy the
pavement, too. Plus, power steering and power front disc brakes are
welcomed wherever the journey takes you.
The second-generation Bronco was only available for a couple of
years. So when you can find such a nice example that's been given
all the right fresh investments, then you know you need to hurry on
this deal. Call today!!!