This 1976 Ford Bronco 4x4 underwent a complete professional
nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration. The body was stripped to bare
metal and only PPG products were used. Everything is new or has
been rebuilt. Powered by a new 460hp GEN 3 Ford Performance
5.0-liter Coyote engine with a Ford Performance control pack and BC
Broncos stainless-steel headers mated to a 4R70W automatic
transmission with Quick 4 controller and Lokar shifter. Features
include a custom exhaust, BC Broncos front accessory kit and engine
mounts, Ron Davis radiator and electric fan with shroud,
Hydra-Boost power 4-wheel disc brakes, new Borgeson power steering
box, front sway bar, stock rebuilt Dana 20 transfer case with
Advance Adapters and crossmember with twin-stick shifters. The Dana
44 front end was completely disassembled, blasted clean, painted
and reassembled with new bearings, gaskets, and seals. The 9-inch
rear-end was done the same way but the entire third member was
replaced with a new Truetrac posi-traction unit. The interior
features a Vintage Air climate-control system, Dakota Digital RTX
gauges, premium black leather front and rear seats, and a
Retrosound stereo system. The premium denim vinyl soft-top has
removable sides and a wiper relocation bracket. It sits on a 3-inch
suspension lift with Fuel beadlock wheels wrapped with 33x12.50
tires. Only a few hundred miles since completion of this fresh
1976 Ford Bronco
Exterior Color:DARK BLUE
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