This 1972 Ford Bronco is finished in metallic orange over black and is powered by a replacement 302ci V8 Snipper Fuel Injected power plant paired with a three-speed automatic transmission and a twin-stick transfer case. Modifications include a 2″ suspension lift, Rancho shocks, front disc brakes, tinted windows, an aftermarket air-conditioning system, and a Bluetooth-equipped Sony stereo. Purchased in 2020 by the current owner, this Bronco is now offered in Georgia with a clean Georgia title.
The truck was refurbished in 2019, and work included repainting the body in metallic orange and the removable hardtop in black spray-on bed liner. Features include a fiberglass hood, custom fender flares (not aftermarket), tinted windows, aftermarket headlights, and a blacked-out front grille and bumpers. The front floor pans and fenders were reportedly replaced during previous ownership. Close-ups of the body, paint, and trim can be viewed in the gallery below. All chrome has been "blacked out" along with all the lenses.
Spoked 17″ wheels are finished in black and wear Cooper Discover AT3 tires. The truck is equipped with power-assisted front disc brakes, rear drums, and power steering. A 2″ suspension lift kit, Rancho gas shocks, and a steering stabilizer have also been fitted.
The cabin features black vinyl seats with cloth inserts, black carpets installed over sound dampening, and a three-spoke steering wheel with a carbon-fiber-look cover. Additional equipment includes a column-mounted gear shifter lever, twin-stick transfer case shifters, a lockable center storage cubby, and aftermarket air conditioning. A Bluetooth-capable Sony stereo and aftermarket cabin speakers are also installed.
Instrumentation consists of a 100-mph speedometer, an ammeter, and gauges for oil pressure, coolant temperature, and fuel level. The five-digit odometer shows 90k miles. Total mileage is unknown.
The fuel injection was added under the current ownership and the 302ci V8 was reportedly sourced from Summit Racing as a crate engine and is said to feature cast iron heads, hypereutectic pistons, a roller cam, a cast steel crankshaft, an aluminum radiator, and a 9.0:1 compression ratio. and front and rear fuel tanks. After purchased the vehicle was thoroughly inspected and corrected many issues that were discovered upon the check out. Almost $10,000 spent on mechanicals. This included upgrades to the electrical system ( installation of MSD starter, alternator, distributer, box and coil along with all wiring), braking system, and power steering. This receipt will accompany the vehicle.