The 1977 Bronco was the last year of the first-generation Ford
Bronco. Over time, the 1977 Early Bronco has become the most
sought-after model and it is extremely desirable and very
collectible. Demand is high but supply is low. Had Ford known how
popular the 1977 Bronco Sports Utility has become, I am sure they
would have produced more models! The slogan for 1977 was Tough on
the Trail, Easy on the Road.This is a very nice Ford Bronco that
makes a great driver and is a lot of fun to drive! It was in a barn
for some years before the current owner bought it. Exterior is blue
and the paint is in fair condition. A paint job would make this
Bronco even better but if you want something cool to kick around
in, it looks good.Interior has black seats that are in very good
condition. Dash is white and it is in good shape. There is a Retro
Tune radio that has Bluetooth. The door panels are blue and match
the exterior paint.Engine is the 302 CID and is paired with an
automatic transmission. Engine has the Edelbrock Headers and Holley
Carburetor. Valve covers are Ford Racing. The shifter is an
aftermarket shifter. The owner has done a lot of work on the
undercarriage, so it looks very clean and is in very good
condition.This Bronco runs and drives with very good performance.
You will have a lot of fun cruising around! You can go off road or
around town.Viewing is by appointment only and this vehicle is in
the Charlotte NC area.
1977 Ford Bronco
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
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