This 1978 Ford Bronco combines classic V8 4x4 styling with nice
investments like bright paint, an A/C interior, and fuel injection.
That makes this the total package that's ready to run right
The second-generation Bronco is where Ford really turned it up a
notch. Larger styling, larger engines, and just an overall larger
presence. So when it debuted for 1978, it was an instant legend.
This bolder Bronco idea was taken to heart on this example. The
blue paint is a modern upgrade with a nice electric-like luster.
There's plenty of more radiance from the chrome bumpers, bright
bezels, 15-inch wheels, added side steps, and upgraded billet
grille. And we like the added sophistication of how the full-length
pinstriping matches the tan hardtop. But this one is also built for
function. Fender flares, wide towing mirrors, and a proper trailer
hitch remind you that this one was built for go-anywhere kind of
Sea of blue continues inside with the bold exterior color returning
on the dash and side panels. And now it's joined by deeper tones on
the door panels and comfy velour seats. In fact, the cloth seating
is especially nice for the rear because the removable hardtop can
give you the classic convertible SUV feeling whenever you want.
There's even cold-blowing air conditioning to keep this one
comfortable when you're open to the world. Other great features
include front bucket seats, a tilt steering column, a cup holder
center console, and upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input. Plus,
the added tach goes great with the stick shift.
While the previous generation Bronco stopped at Ford's 302ci V8,
this one has a period-correct 351 cubic-inch motor. And you can
tell from the tidy presentation, newer belts, and crisp components
that this has received the right care along the way. Even better is
that this V8 now has electronic fuel injection for added power and
consistency. It fires up eagerly and makes a nice tune out of the
header-fed dual exhaust. And the four-speed manual transmission
gives you proper control over it all. A two-speed 4x4 transfer
case, beefy axles, and Yokohama Geolander tires mean this powerful
classic can still take you deep into the wilderness. Plus, power
steering, power brakes, and front disc brakes make it a fine choice
for in-town easy cruising.
The second-generation Bronco was only available for a couple of
years. So when you can find such a nice example that's been given
all the right investments to be fun from day one, then you know you
need to hurry on this deal. Call today!!!