Finished in Sunset Bronze, this custom 1969 Ford Bronco Sport 4x4
underwent a full nut-and-bolt frame-off restoration with only 6
miles as of the date of registration. It is powered by a Gen 2
5.0-liter Coyote engine backed by a 6R80 6-speed automatic
transmission and a Dana 20 twin-stick transfer case with Dana 44
front axle and a Ford 9-inch rear axle. Equipped with 4-wheel power
disc brakes, electronic power assist steering and a 23-gallon fuel
tank with an in-tank fuel pump. With new steering components and a
steering stabilizer, it sits on a 3.5-inch suspension lift with new
shocks and a 3-inch body lift. The exterior sports front and rear
heavy-duty, fully custom 3/16-inch bumpers, white halogen
headlights, a flush-mounted gas cap and custom side steps as well
as a foldable spare tire carrier. The interior features Rugged
Ridge front denim vinyl seats and a Best Top folding rear seat,
custom locking center console, Dakota Digital gauges, an IDIDIT
tilt steering column, a Vintage Air system with 3 Vintage Air vents
in a custom dash and one rear vent for passengers, 3-point shoulder
seat belts attached to the roll bar, new carpet and interior panels
as well as a JVC Bluetooth/USB/AUX stereo with JBL GTO speakers. It
rides on ProComp wheels with Falcon Wildpeak tires. Includes a
Black Best soft top.
1969 Ford Bronco
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
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