This nut-and-bolt-restored 1966 U13 Ford Bronco roadster was
professionally built from the ground up and was a featured vehicle
at the SEMA show in 2019. It is powered by a 425hp Coyote 5.0-liter
V8 engine backed by a TREMEC TR 4050 heavy-duty 4-wheel-drive
5-speed manual transmission. It's equipped with a 4:10 limited-slip
Ford 9-inch rear end, Dana 30 front axle and running gear, and Dana
20 transfer case with twin stick shifters. The suspension features
a 3-inch lift with dual front shocks with coils and rear leaf
spring suspension. It is equipped with 17x8.5 BS Method Racing
wheels wrapped in with 33x12.5 BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain tires.
Stopping power is provided by vacuum-boosted 13-inch Wilwood disc
brakes. The body was completely stripped down and reworked, seam
sealed underside, engine compartment and body tub, and painted in
Ford Black with bronze pinstriping by Axalta Coatings Systems. This
roadster comes with two sets of doors - half doors for when the top
is off and a full set of doors with all-new glass, vent windows and
hardware. It comes with a hardtop painted to match the body that is
installed with a Wild Horses sport roll cage that fits underneath.
LED headlights have been installed along with brand-new electric
wiper motors that replaced the bulky factory option. The brand-new
and completely custom interior features diamond-stitched black
upholstery with brown inserts and a custom dash with all-new
Classic Instruments bomber gauges. The back floor is covered by a
custom-built wood floor that's been stained and clear coated, and
paint protected on the edges with LLumar paint protection. The
audio system features a custom indoor, outdoor waterproof system
with two 10-inch subwoofers built by and installed by Kicker Audio.
Additional features include a custom Ididit tilt steering column
with a Lecarra wood steering wheel, TCP brake and cutch pedals,
pistol grip shifter and Vintage Air climate control.
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