This unmodified 1989 Ford Bronco II is a compact 4x4 sport-utility vehicle that has been in the western part of the country since new, powered by a 2.9-liter Cologne V6 paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Equipment includes air conditioning, a push-button four-wheel drive system, all-weather floor mats, a center console, and power convenience options. Finished in white over a tan cloth interior, this Bronco II is now offered with a service manual, a clean CARFAX report, Oregon registration and tags valid through January of 2024, and a clear Oregon title in the seller's name.
This white Bronco II two-door retains its original equipment including chrome bumpers, dual black mirror caps, and a covered spare tire on a swing-away carrier at the rear.
Steel 15-inch wheels with polished trim rings are wrapped in tires with black sidewall lettering.
The interior is outfitted with tan cloth captain’s chairs up front with neutral-gradient patterned inserts, matched to a bench in the rear and coordinated with the center console, dash, door panels, and carpeting. Amenities include power windows, power door locks, air conditioning, tinted rear windows, all-weather floor mats, and a cover for the rear cargo area. As shown in the photo gallery to the right, there are some tears in the headliner material. The seller notes that the air conditioning needs to be recharged.
Instrumentation includes an 85-mph speedometer, a 6K-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges for the fuel level, coolant temperature, oil pressure, and voltage. The five-digit mechanical odometer reads 9K miles, which reflects 109K actual miles driven, according to the seller. The true mileage on the chassis is unknown.
The 2.9-liter Cologne V6 was rated at 140 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque when new. It was most recently serviced with an oil change in January of 2022, per the CARFAX report. Power is sent to all four wheels via a column-shifted four-speed automatic transmission, a push-button 4x4 system, and a dual-range transfer case.
The seller states that there is some surface rust on the undercarriage and barely noticeable surface rust on one of the quarter panels.
The CARFAX report shows no accidents or damage reported. A service manual and Oregon registration and tags valid through January of 2024 will be included with the sale.