Having undergone a professional, no-expense-spared restoration, this '69 Bronco is the true definition of "Resto-Mod".
Under the hood is a 5.0L Coyote V8 mated to a 4-speed 4R75W automatic transmission. During the restoration, the body was left uncut and stripped to bare metal, then painted in its original Boxwood Green with Wimbledon White top. Additional top bows were added [5 in all] for added strength and a 6-point roll bar was installed for safety. The frame was powder-coated, as was the Dana 44 front axle. There's a locking 9-inch rear diff with 4-wheel Hydro-boost power disc brakes. Adjustable Rancho RS9000XL shocks keep everything planted on the road.
The interior appears original, but with added features for modern comfort. The original bench seat was recovered in white leather while a Vintage Air HVAC system keeps everyone cool. There's an Ididit tilt steering column with a Dakota Digital RTX gauge cluster that mimics the original.
Also included is a matted & framed Marti Report along with the original window sticker showing an MSRP of $3,522.83.
If you're looking for an understated Bronco that gets it done in comfort, this may be the one for you.