This is a fully restored 1971 Ford Bronco restomod that has a bold
look, fuel-injected V8 power, and the best off-road upgrades. And
while this is a capable 4x4, it also has features like an overdrive
transmission and a Bluetooth radio. Because after all, power and
poise look great no matter if you're traversing nature or rolling
We're told this is coming off a frame-off restoration only about 5k
miles ago. And the freshness of the full package instantly
reaffirms the feeling of investment in top quality. While most
shades of green would help a 4x4 blend in with nature, this
electric level of lime makes sure this one stands out anywhere you
go. The modern clearcoat luster has an amazing depth that lets the
light roll off the body with an even shine to help highlight the
laser straight body panels. Contrasting the bright green is a
tasteful black package that's coordinated in showcasing some of the
best off-road pieces. This includes the steel front bumper with
Warn winch, riveted fender flares, full upgraded roll/race cage,
and rear steel bumper w/trailer hitch. And the black 17-inch
beadlock-style American Racing wheels with full-size rear spare
really sets this apart with a serious stance. As you look at the
full details, you'll even spot additions like the FJ Cruiser style
side mirrors and a fiberglass cowl hood. It's all about making this
custom Bronco a unique and memorable total build.
This is the kind of vehicle that was meant to be open to the world,
so the same exterior color theme is continued inside. And with so
few miles, it all feels quite fresh. It's a robust setup that
includes cleanly done Rhino Liner coating the floor and attractive
aluminum inserts for the door panels. The total package also makes
sure to be thoughtful. There's a bikini top to keep the sunshine
off your shoulders, and an AM/FM/CD stereo has a USB input and
Bluetooth so you can plug in your phone for the best driving tunes.
The front bucket seats have the classic low-back look, but they are
newer units to make for a good driver's feeling.
The ultra-tidy engine bay shows off the full upgrade in power. This
351 cubic-inch V8 is larger than anything that came in these
first-gen Broncos. It has been enhanced further with a Trick Flow
fuel injection intake and ceramic coated Hedman headers. And
everything is so clean that you can also spot the good supporting
components like the bright aluminum radiator and an Optima red top
battery. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll see the
clean look of this well-done build with that paid attention to
quality - right down to the undercoated chassis. Plus, you'll spot
nice features, like the Rancho adjustable shocks, deep ribbed trans
pan, and a lift kit. The Dana 20 two-speed transfer case gives you
a robust 4x4 to get through it all, and the Toyo Open Country tires
know how to dig into the terrain. But the original Bronco was also
great for being more friendly on the streets. So this has power
steering, power brakes with discs up front, and an upgraded
four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
Here's a fresh fuel-injected classic 4x4 that offers both
distinction and ability. This Bronco represents maximum fun on and
off the road. Don't wait, call today!!!
1971 Ford Bronco
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