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This is a stunning example of a 1970 Ford Bronco upgraded and slightly modified to the level at which it should have been originally built. This is an un-cut body and holds all the classic style and mystic we all like with a virtually stock appearance. The vehicle has a mild 2 1/2 inch lift and sits on 31 inch Goodyear tires, dual shocks up front and at the rear for a total of 8 much like the Bronco race trucks of the era, however this you may not be racing but suspension is dialed in, has a sway bar and stabilizer up front. Truck is very safe and comfortable to drive on the highway. Watch several videos of me linked in the ad to see it cruising at freeway speeds and a couple laps around the bay.
This vehicle is not only is Steller condition its built right and equipped with just about every option you’ll need Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Power Windows, Siruis XM radio, tilt wheel you name it!! Air Conditioning is a nice and a somewhat difficult upgrade to have installed when running a 351 with small lift. Keeping the classic uncut look on these is the most highly desirable Broncos variation in this market. Some of the pro builders such as Icon, Velocity and Gateway all per-fect the Un-cut lifted and fully loaded LUBER (lifted un cut Bronco) but also command upwards of 85k to 225k for finished examples. This 1970 Bronco is not the Icon but as close as you’ll get without dumping tons and tons of money. Finished in a stunning color its condition is stunning as well, this Bronco will make you Happy.
The headline for the Pick of the Day advertisement says simply: 1976 Ford Bronco for sale. But open the ad and you find something weirdly different, something that makes you squint your eyes and scratch your head and say, “What the what?” Oh yeah, it’s a Bronco all right, at least mechanically, but one that […]
You might need some flared jeans and flannel to go along with this retro-themed, custom-painted Pick of the Day, a striking metallic-green 1978 Ford Bronco complete with lots of chrome, custom accent artwork and a 429 cid V8 to power it down Main Street. When Ford released the Bronco in 1966, its intention was for […]
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