Gateway classic cars of Nashville is proud to digitally present to
you this 1971 Ford Bronco. This classic was in such demand that
Ford thought "why not just build them again?" So now you have a
choice, you could get the modern interpretation and fit in with the
"in" crowd or you could drive this classic and pass the "in" crowd
that are stuck in traffic jams by driving in the median on the way
to the trails or beach. Ok, we do not recommend driving in the
median, but you could. This old school Bronco looks great in what I
call black cherry with black accents like front & rear bumpers,
nerf bars and door handles. The rampage top looks to be new and a
bubba fab bolt in roll cage has been installed to tighten up the
truck and give you the added protection. Powering this classic
Bronco is the Ford 302 cubic inch small block that has been updated
with some great performance goodies like Edlebrock EFI intake and
throttle body and Hedman headers to name a few. A Ford AOD
transmission handles the shifting for you. This truck has been
slightly lifted and the Hostile rims have 35X12.5 X 20 tires
wrapped around them. If you think roughing it means not turning the
heated steering wheel on or, not taking the extended warranty then
Look, anyone can wander into a Ford store and buy a new Bronco,
but, are you just anybody? Do you lead the crowd or follow with
them? Mall of America or Moab? Options for this 1971 Ford Bronco
include: Manual removable top, Tilt steering wheel. Seat belts,
High back bucket seat covered in vinyl and a Sony 9inch touch
screen stereo that includes blue tooth streaming and apple I play.
Sale held pursuant to permit No. 19289 of department of licenses
granted the 14th day of August 2015.
1971 Ford Bronco
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