This 1970 Ford Bronco 4x4 has everything from a big winch up front
to a backup camera on the rear. So as you look over the full
package, you start to see a desirable first-gen convertible SUV
that has all the best upgrades already installed.
There is an impressive total presentation here that brings together
all the best elements. It starts with the classic style that even
gives you uncut fenders - a rare find these days. But this one also
has an upgraded style with the green metallic paint. It has an
impressive gloss and shine that attracts attention going down the
road or trail. But a Bronco is also about being a fun/carefree 4x4,
and nothing in this package betrays that attitude. In fact, this
one enhances it with some great robust upgrades. It starts up front
with an upgraded bumper that allows you to mount the spotlights and
Badland 9000 winch. The sides have tubular step bars and large
towing mirrors. And in the rear is a full-size spare on a
swing-away mount and a proper trailer hitch.
The tan soft top looks good against the green, and it even has
tinted windows. But of course, the reason we all love these
first-gen Broncos is that they are true convertibles, and this one
was made to be open to the world. That's why the seats are a
durable vinyl, there's liner paint on the floor, and there's a
locking center console. Plus, there are the right off-road ready
features like the roll bar and off-road jack mounted behind the
rear seat. But this Bronco also takes time to give you added
comfort. You see it with features like the AM/FM/CD stereo,
headrests for all the seats, cup holders, and an upgraded backup
camera. And it's a solid driver with upgrades like the wood-rimmed
steering wheel, Hurst shifter, and column-mounted tach.
This was born a six-cylinder Bronco, and so it's refreshing to see
a long block still under the hood today. After all, we all know
some wicked V8s easily fit under the hood, and you can still do
that upgrade, but some of us love the look of an honest powerhouse.
And the way it fires up and runs tell you this is a well-maintained
Bronco that's ready to hit the trail. And the two-speed transfer
case means true 4x4 ability. Plus, the three-speed manual
transmission means you have firm control over this classic in all
Vintage, rugged, and all-around stylish - this is a terrific
classic 4x4 package that you don't want to let slip away. Call
1970 Ford Bronco
Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
Exterior Color:Green Metallic
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