This first-generation 1969 Ford was professionally built and
completed in 2021 with no expense spared. It has been fitted with
an extensive list of top-of-the-line equipment, and over 1,000
man-hours have been invested in the build. This Bronco is powered
by a Coyote 5.0-liter 8-cylinder engine with VMP-Magnuson Odin
2.65-liter supercharger backed by a 6R80 6-speed automatic
transmission. The engine has been upgraded with a Power by the Hour
front-drive system and control pack, custom Ron Davis radiator,
Aeromotive Stealth fuel pump system, Derale Performance
transmission cooler with fan, Red Horse Racing fuel lines,
custom-painted aluminum color-matched valve covers and custom
stainless exhaust system with MagnaFlow mufflers. This 4x4 sits on
a James Duff-built 3.5-inch Monster Suspension Kit and 2-inch body
lift completed with eight single-reservoir Fox shocks. A set of
4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes with drilled and slotted 14-inch
rotors, Hydratech Hydro-Boost and Wilwood master cylinder provide
stopping power to 20-inch Coys Smoothie wheels with vintage center
caps and Toyo Open Country R/T tires. The exterior is finished with
a Standox custom paint mix of black and copper flake, while the
undercarriage has been treated to LizardSkin coating for heat and
noise insulation. The body has billet headlights, taillights and
turn-signal bezels, along with brushed front and rear bumpers. The
original hardtop and custom molded fiberglass headliner protect a
TMI Tobacco leather and plaid interior for the rear bench and front
bucket seats, Ididit steering column with retro wood-grain steering
wheel, and a custom-built wood-grain dash with wireless phone
charging pad, and a Kenwood sound system.
1969 Ford Bronco
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