This 1971 Ford Bronco 4x4 is powered by a rebuilt 302ci V8 engine
mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. The power steering, tilt
column, power brakes and custom Bronco steering wheel help with
control both on and off-road. The exterior is finished in Brittany
Blue paint complemented by black LED headlights, custom black door
handles, black side mirrors and a black Ford tailgate logo. The
powder-coated roll cage and custom-fabricated bumpers include tow
hooks and KC spot beam lights with grille guards in the front and
trailer hitch and swinging tire rack with a full spare in the back.
The interior was coated with LINE-X spray-on protection liner
before a brand-new black carpet kit was installed over the top
along with custom floor mats. Reclining front seats and back bench,
as well as the locking center console with pad, have been
upholstered in black, with seatbelts, locking glovebox and fire
extinguisher added for safety. The custom dash includes a white
AutoMeter speedometer featuring rpm, fuel, water, oil and voltage
gauges plus USB charging ports and a rocker switch to start the
engine. The menacing look of this Bronco comes from a 3-inch body
lift, upgraded suspension, fender flares, hood scoop and Mickey
Thompson wheels with new 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2
tires. Half-cab bikini soft-top included.
1971 Ford Bronco
Exterior Color:BRITTANY BLUE
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