1971 Ford Bronco for sale
Is a former Baja racer. 302 motor, C4 automatic transmission built with full manual valve body and heavy duty pieces. 12 aluminum 15 x 7 wheels. 6 wheels are mounted with BF Goodrich Radial Mud-Terrain T/A’s. 5 have 95% plus tread left on them. One is an older tire that is not in very good shape. Full roll cage.
Two transmission oil coolers with fans. Fox racing shocks with external reservoirs, nitrogen. There are two shocks per corner. All four corners have Simpson travel limiting straps.
Accel dual point distributor, plug wires and two Super coils. Has a secondary ignition system. Also a secondary starter solenoid. James Duff power brake booster, offset to clear valve covers. Wilwood brake bias adjustment valve.
Brand new Holley Truck Avenger 670 cfm carburetor. It has an electric choke. I have the manual choke kit if desired. K&N air filter, housing and pre-filter. Five point harnesses for the driver and passenger. Two suspension seats. Drivers is adjustable and passengers is fixed.
Three KC Hilites driving lights attached to the front brush guard/bumper. Light bar with two KC Hilites mounted in front at the roof line. This bar is removable.
The rear end is a Currie Ford 9” with a spool. It has two shocks mounted to the top of the center of the differential. The front differential is Dana 44. It is not hooked up because it has a different ratio than the rear. There is a Dana 20 transfer case. There is a steering damper on the steering arm.
There are Poly body and suspension bushings. The stock brake lights work. Two more brake lights are up high on the roll bar. It is a yellow running light facing the rear, with a secondary, as per SCORE rules. White backup light is manual. Interior white light faces the dashboard from behind the seats in the middle.
Brand new Optima Red Top battery. 40 gallon SCORE approved fuel cell, with rollover valve. Holley electric fuel pump and filter. Fuel regulator valve, pressure gauge and filter in the engine compartment.
There are many spare parts for the Bronco. A list is available if you request it.
The price is $14,0000.00. Firm on price. Take a look at pictures, read the ad and you will see.
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As enthusiasts anticipate the debut of the new Ford Bronco, interest in early models continues to build.
I guess we shouldn’t be surprised: The very first Ford Bronco produced ended up in Carroll Shelby’s hands, and he immediately replaced the six-cylinder engine with a 289-cubic-inch V8.
Earlier this year, Ford announced they would add four SUVs to the lineup, and it became widely assumed that the beloved Bronco would be among them.
Time to come down to earth after all the top-drawer concours cars and lofty auction prices last week in Monterey. So let’s go four-wheeling!