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For Sale at Auction: 1971 Ford Bronco in Scottsdale, Arizona

Vehicle Description

This highly featured custom 1971 Ford Bronco features a one-of-a-kind chromoly tube frame chassis that represents the year Parnelli Jones won his first Baja 1000 in the famed original "Big Oly" Bronco. This custom underwent a full restoration in December 2022. The all-chromoly TIG-welded chassis is freshly powder-coated. The upper and lower a-arms, trailing arms, sway bar arms, and custom Bilstein Blackhawk shock reservoir mounts are in 24K Gold. In addition, all steering links, rods, etc. front and back bumper are brushed nickel and everything else that attaches to the vehicle, radiator, oil and trans cooler mounts. It is powered by a Holley EFI 438ci 351W Dart Block Ford V8 engine producing 723hp, paired to a 3-speed automatic transmission. Its modifications include Ross 11 to 1 competition pistons, Ford performance custom CNC heads, a forged-steel crank, H-beam rods, special ceramic-coated pistons, skirts, a crank, rods, a combustion chamber, valves, exhaust ports, a Peterson 5-stage dry-sump pump system, a K&N filter, a Bassani custom stainless-steel exhaust system, Race Proven alternator, competition camshafts, FAST EFI and a Mike's Transmissions Powerglide transmission with a Gear Vendors Winters shifter. The rear end features Dirt-Tech axle housing, Summers Brothers 300M axles and a Currie/Gearworks Trophy Truck third member with 10-inch polished 5.14 gear ring & pinion. The body, chassis and interior feature PRP seats and harnesses, AutoMeter gauges, a Lowrance GPS, and the exterior/bodywork and paint was completed by Perry McNeil. The front suspension is equipped with Sandco upper and lower A-arms, Bilstein Blackhawk shocks, Bilstein 2.5-inch coilovers and 2-inch bump stops, Hypercoil springs, PRP Limit straps and 24 inches of wheel travel. The rear suspension is equipped with 4-link Dirt-Tech trailing arms, Bilstein Blackhawk shocks, Bilstein 2.5-inch 9300 Series coilovers and two bump stops, Hypercoil springs, PRP Limit straps and 31 inches of wheel travel. Rounding out this custom includes anodized rims, polished aluminum radiator, coolers, floor plan, new BFG 39" KR's, polished heads, valve covers, intake manifold and all new wiring. It was featured at the San Diego Automotive Museum for two years, and was the Petersen Automotive Museum feature vehicle in the main entrance for 6 months for the "Braving Baja - 1000 Miles to Glory Exhibit" from May 4, 2013, through September 2, 2013. It was also featured in numerous online shows, magazines and websites, including DirtSports Masterpiece in Metal in February 2008 and January 2012, the feature vehicle of Off-Road Magazine in November 2011, Bronco Driver November/December 2007 and November/December 2009 editions, the SEMA 2011 Top Ten Pick, the SEMA 2011 Number 5 out of Top 25 Pick, Adam Carolla's CarCast, Microsoft Start Autos' article Big Oly Rides Again and Autoweek's article Big Oly Rides Again. This vehicle is smog-exempt and is street legal.

Vehicle Details

  • 1971 Ford Bronco
  • Listing ID: CC-1676665
  • Price: Auction Vehicle
  • Location:Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Year:1971
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Bronco
  • Exterior Color:GOLD AND WHITE
  • Interior Color:BLACK
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:0
  • Stock Number:144677
  • VIN:U15GLM68940
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