Arizona Classic Car Sales is thrilled to offer this 1979 Full Size
Gen 2 Ford Bronco 4x4 that was originally sold on 05/09/79 at
Sanderson Ford in Glendale Arizona. It has spent its entire life in
the Phoenix area. This highly optioned Bronco was originally
ordered in Wimbledon White with the Chamois/Orange/Russet Multi
Color Striped Free Wheeling Package, per the included Deluxe Marti
Report. Other options include, 400-2V Engine, Ammeter and Oil
Pressure Gauges, Skid Plates, Tilt Steering Wheel, Sport Steering
Wheel (Excellent Condition), Handling Package, Air Conditioner,
Flip/Fold Rear Bench, Tinted Glass, Privacy Glass,
Console(missing), Secure Lock Group (Locks Hood), Auxiliary
Transmission Oil Cooler, Super Cooling Radiator, Increased Capacity
Fuel Tank and Ranger XLT Package. The interior was re-upholstered
at some point in its life in a Black/Grey fabric. The Chrome and
Trim on the exterior of this Bronco are in Excellent condition as
would be expected living in an arid desert environment. The Center
Console is missing but can be found if desired on Ebay. This bronco
is powered by a strong 400 V8 paired with a three-speed automatic
transmission and a two-speed transfer case. The stereo deck and
speakers are upgraded, and factory air conditioning blows cold. If
you have been looking for an everyday driver, this is your vehicle.
The Rancho Suspension and tasteful lift match well with the 18'
polished rims and Goodyear Wrangler 35"(275/70R18) tires. This is
one of nicest true no rust Arizona Survivor we have ever seen, just
look at the undercarriage and engine compartment. The person who
ordered this Bronco almost checked every option available other
than the cold weather packages. The 78' and 79' full size Gen II
models are the rarest Broncos produced. It is even harder to find
examples that have survived without restored or rusted out.
The Original Option Free Wheeling Package Stripes can be added by
AZCCS for an extra $1000 if you prefer to have them added before
Please don't hesitate to call anytime with any questions or
1979 Ford Bronco
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