This 1973 Ford Bronco has gone through a nut-and-bolt, body-off
restoration. It is powered by a 1995 Ford Mustang 5.0-liter engine
with a 3-row aluminum radiator mated to a rebuilt C6 automatic
transmission and rebuilt transfer case with a twin-stick shifter.
It has a Dana 44 in front, along with a Ford 9-inch rear axle, both
rebuilt with 4.10 gears. It has new power steering and a new power
4-wheel disc brake system with all new brake lines and a Wilwood
master cylinder. It also has a new 23-gallon gas tank and all-new
fuel lines. This custom Bronco has a 2.5-inch Duff 4-link
suspension lift with 3.5-inch Duff dual shock setup and a 2-inch
body lift. The interior features Tom's Bronco custom black front
and rear seats with custom matching black door panels and rear side
panels, black wood steering wheel on an Ididit tilt steering column
with column shift auto and all protected by a family-style 6-point
cage painted black with a white hardtop. For sound, it has an
Alpine 7-inch double-DIN audio system with Bluetooth and four
speakers. It has a clean black bed liner with black rubber
all-weather floor mats and a locking center console with a leather
armrest. Other modernizations include new LED headlights, Amp
Research retractable power steps and an electric wiper system. The
body panels are all new, including the flared rear quarter-panels,
and the vehicle also has new stock chrome front and rear bumpers.
This Bronco rides on new 16x10-inch aluminum wheels wearing
35x13.5-inch Cooper tires.
1973 Ford Bronco
Exterior Color:BOXWOOD GREEN
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