This 1968 Ford Bronco is a custom professional build by renowned
Bronco builder Maxlider Brothers Customs out of Bloomington, IL.
This is a fresh build completed in 2021 with just 77 miles since
completion. It is powered by a modern 5.0-liter Coyote crate engine
paired with a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission, and a new
Atlas 2 transfer case. This Bronco sits on a Black Beard Broncos
custom chassis featuring a 4-link front and 3-link rear with Fox
coilover shocks at all four corners. The custom driveline also has
high-pinion Currie Rock Jock axles with heavy-duty Yukon Dana 60
and Dana 44 differentials. It also features a heavy-duty steering
assembly with Heim Joint steering linkage. A full custom distressed
leather interior provides a luxury driving experience and includes
leather-wrapped dash, front door panels, inner rear panels and
shift boots. A family-style interior cage is fitted with a full
bimini top. Stopping power is provided by a Hydro-Boost power
braking system with Wilwood master cylinder and Wilwood calipers
clamping on disc brakes all around. The completely modular engine
compartment is trimmed in custom-fabricated inner fender aprons and
finished in a matching satin paint. The panels can be unbolted to
gain complete access to the engine. Other modern features include
power steering, air conditioning, double-DIN touchscreen Bluetooth
stereo located in the center console, AMP Research powered running
boards and Maxlider Bros electro-vintage gauge cluster. It rides on
Fuel wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A tires. It also
has an extra-capacity 23-gallon fuel tank and Ron Davis aluminum
radiator. The entire Bronco has been coated with CQuartz Finest
Reserve ceramic coating and then completely covered with XPEL paint
1968 Ford Bronco
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