1984 Ford Bronco Engine was built by Strasburg Racing and was
originally a 429 from a 1969 Thunderbird (the early blocks have
stronger metal content). Block has been magnafluxed and stroked to
a 529 with a 4.300 steel crank. Aluminum heads. Roller cam and
lifters. Big Dawg ceramic coated fender well headers. Deck was
blocked and line honed. It was built for torque but has a great
lopey idle. With the headers uncapped it was the loudest vehicle in
the Cache Valley Cruise in a couple of years ago. To many high
performance parts to list here but I can send you a list. Rebuilt 5
speed ZF manual transmission, mileage is around 90000 but is not
known for sure, no rust. The engine and transmission have about
3000 mi on them. Autometer gauges. It has an Alpine stereo system
with a 12 disc cd changer. It has a Garmin gps and a police
scanner. I bought it in 1989 and it has been my project since then.
It has been kept in the garage since 1989. Heater and ac work
great. As you can see by the photos it's very clean and well kept.
It's not Chip Foose perfect but extremely nice. It also comes with
a Skyler half cab soft top and a fitted Bronco cover. Please Note
The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1984 Ford Bronco
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