This 1968 Ford Bronco is an attractive driver with good options; it's rare to find a truck this early with a V8, power steering and power disc brakes. It's rarer still to find any Early Bronco with such solid original floor pans. Paint is 10 footer driver quality; it looks great from a distance and the body is straight and solid, but close inspection reveals minor dings and scratches here and there. It still never fails to turn heads. Floors, rockers, door posts and inner fends are very solid. Ford alloy wheels from the 1990s are in great shape; five BF Goodrich all terrain tires are brand new. Correct 1968-only doors with removable upper window frames. New bumpers; the rest of the trim is in good driver original condition. The interior is also in good driver condition; newer upper dash pad with no cracks. Small hole in driver's seat bottom but upholstery front and rear is in otherwise good condition. Locking center console, roll bar with three-point seat belts. Modern AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and aux input is installed in the dash. Floors and the inside of the hard top have been professionally rhinolined. Under the hood is a 289 cubic inchV8 mated to a 3-on-the-tree-3-speed manual gearbox; the steering column and column shifter are new (remanufactured). At one point the shifter was moved to the floor, but I purchased a new 3 speed column and had it installed so it is now back to original. Holley twobarrelcarb is well-tuned and makes good power; Pertronix distributor with electronic ignition. Starts, runs and drives well. New clutch. Power disc brake setup is nearly new; age of power steering components is unknown but steering feels tighter than most. In short, it's a very solid driver Early Bronco with good options at an attractive price point. For more information about this 1968 Ford Bronco in Baltimore, please call 410 802 7856.