1974 Ford

Bronco

White with Black interior, Corbeau racing seats, Custom build, 5.0 Liter/302ci V8 engine, 5-Speed manual transmission, Four-wheel drive.

One of Ford Motor Companys most iconic creations, the Bronco project began with Ford in the early 1960s and engineered by Ford engineer Paul G. Axelrad, with Lee Iacocca approving the final model. Production started in February 1964. Developed as an off-road vehicle, the Bronco was intended as a competitor for the Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scout.

This Bronco has been in long-term ownership and enjoyed summers on the East end of Long Island. It has been restored with its frame off and finished with its painted chassis and components. Upgrades include the 302ci V8 engine paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox, Edelbrock intake, Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Flaming River steering shaft, dual front shocks, Corbeau racing seats with four-point harness, AutoMeter Pro Comp gauges, MSD ignition, Aluminum radiator with electric fan, Dual exhaust and Polished Mickey Thompson wheels.

This Bronco along with its upgrades has been well maintained and serviced when and where needed. All body lines are excellent and the Bronco runs and drives extremely well. The interior has also been well-cared for, but shows a slight honest patina from seasonal use. Previously owned by a collector-enthusiast, this Bronco will most certainly be enjoyed by its next caretaker as it has been for its previous. It is a wonderful addition to anyones garage and for use on the weekend around town or to the beach.

CLICK HERE FOR WALK-AROUND VIDEO LINK

Price: $76,000
Powered By SpeedDigital