This Bronco is built upon on a 92-inch wheelbase utilizing a
box-section body-on-frame construction. Powered by the larger 302
V8, it features a floor mounted 3 speed trans with four-wheel
drive. Locking hubs were standard in 1976. Early Bronco's used
radius arms to locate the coil-sprung front axle, along with a
lateral track bar, allowing for a 34-foot turning circle, long
wheel travel, and anti dive geometry (useful for snowplowing).
First-generation Bronco's, sacrificed styling for simplicity and
economy, so all glass was flat, bumpers were straight C-sections,
and the left and right door skins were symmetrical (prior to the
fitment of door-mounting hardware).This Bronco is truly a diamond
in the rough. It comes equipped with a front bumper winch already
installed and also includes a separate soft top in good condition.
The owner purchased it with every intention of doing a complete
overall. Unfortunately, time has become scarce so he has engaged
with Zoom to find an owner who can give the car the attention it
deserves. Contact Hank at 201-317-9277 or [email protected]
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