Vintage, capable, and powerful, this 1972 Ford Bronco is the lifted
4x4 that has the right look and features for when you want to take
vintage distinction to places where people think only new Jeeps
The red paint gives this one a nice first impression. It has a good
balance of a nice shine but nothing too fancy to make you nervous
about enjoying this 4x4 to its fullest. Plus, the white removable
hardtop, FORD lettering, and updated wheels give this a subtle
two-tone. And speaking of the wheels, the lifted stance combines
with steel bumpers and a trailer hitch at the rear to give this a
true rugged style. You even have upgraded LED headlights that will
show you the trail even at midnight. And as rugged as this, there's
also a nice sporty tone from the dual exhaust to make this fun for
even in-town driving.
The interior shows off a useful style. You have dual bucket seats
done in a comfortable cloth that is especially nice when you keep
this Bronco open to the world. A proper roll bar and liner floor
paint are more of the upgrades that make this a great open-top 4x4.
And they also made it a better all-around driver. That's why you
have an AM/FM/CD stereo, a 12-volt outlet triple block, and a
Kicker Bluetooth sound bar mounted on the roll cage. The upgraded
sports steering wheel is even mounted on a tilt column.
Under the hood is Ford's mighty 302 cubic-inch V8. We love this
motor because it's the hardy kind of powerhouse that helped give
the Bronco its legendary reputation. And they are also easy to work
on and upgrade. You'll even spot an Edelbrock four-barrel
carburetor and Edelbrock intake already in place. The two-speed 4x4
transfer case lifted stance, and off-road tires are great when the
pavement ends. But with a three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes, and front discs this vintage SUV can just
be an ice cream run cruiser, too.
This Bronco is all about being rugged and useful. It makes for a
great 4x4 for those who really enjoy the off-road lifestyle. But
this also has the right fundamentals in place where you can add
anything you want from paint to engine upgrades to create the
classic Bronco of your dreams. Call now!
1972 Ford Bronco
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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