You are looking at a frame-off restored 1966 Ford Bronco 4x4
finished in Bordeaux Sara (maroon) riding on 15'' wheels. This
Bronco started as a roadster, underwent a full frame-off
restoration, and was changed into a hardtop. The doors are from a
67 Bronco. Upon gazing, you will notice this 66 Bronco has an
excellent body, fame, and a drivetrain that is all FoMoCo original.
A lot of care and attention to detail has gone into making this
Bronco into what you see now. The paint has a great shine to it
even up close. The chrome and stainless also look great. Raise the
hood, and you'll find the correct Ford 170 CID 6-cylinder that was
fully rebuilt during the restoration. Power meets the pavement with
the correct 3-speed manual transmission with a 3-on-the-tree
shifter, along with the DANA 20 transfer case, DANA 30 front axle,
and a Ford 9'' rear axle. When you sit inside, you'll find an
interior that looks and smells like it just rolled off a Ford show
floor. The beige front buckets and rear bench seat match perfectly
with the door cards, carpet, and inside paint complements its
utilitarian charm. The dash is simplistic with original gauge
cluster and switches, and a correct pencil pad that spans over the
top. The retro steering wheel laps a rare, and this one has the
correct 1966-exclusive Ford Motor Company horn button. This Ford
Bronco will impress anyone who is in its presence. It is ready for
a car show or to be displayed in your automobile collection. Call
1966 Ford Bronco
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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