1969 Ford Bronco 302 Automatic,pwr Steering/disc Brakes,2012 Charcoal And Satin on 2040-cars
Cleveland, Mississippi, United States
| You are bidding on a Nice, Solid, Southern Bronco with some nice up-grades. This Bronco was freshly painted in December of 2013 with 2012 Ford Charcoal Gray with Satin Black accents. The undercarriage was steamed and repainted as well. The interior was stripped out and Linexed completely inside of the tub. This Bronco still has the original floor pans in it with very few small pin holes showing, No floor pan issues or kick panel issues. The Rocker panels are perfect along with the bed pan. The only place that was rusted was one small area on the passenger side inner fender as it gets close to the firewall. This is a very common issue. That section was removed as you can see in pics. New late model low back buckets from a chevy single cab were added, which are very comfortable and looks nice in the bronco. Factory black rear seat was re-installed.
This Bronco has a Very Strong hight revving 306 V8 with a nice Edlebrock Intake and Carb
Originally this bronco was a 3 speed, but has been converted to C4 Automatic and J-Shift Transfer case with a B&M ratchet shifter in the floor.
Manual Drums Brakes were removed and replaced with Power Disc Brakes in the Front.
Completely New Ford 9 inch with 411 Gears and Locker in the Rear
Wild Horses 3 inch Suspension lift and 3 inch Body Lift
MB Motoring Satin Black Rims on 33 inch Buckshot Radial MT's
Factory Fuel Tanks Removed and replaced by One Single Oversize metal tank in the rear
Custom Pre-Runner Style Bumpers front and Rear
This is an awesome looking bronco and very powerful. This is not a frame of restoration, but shows very well. This bronco was built to just be a tough toy and look mean. There are a few things that aren't perfect and may need a little tweaking or adjusting, but overall it is a great SOLID bronco.
If you have any questions please feel free to call 662-721-5009 any time.
Thank-you for looking and good luck bidding.
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Scroll down for all the details on these Fiestas and Mustangs, and stay tuned for more info on Ford's SEMA line, which will include custom versions of the Focus ST, Fusion, Transit Connect, F-150 and Super Duty.
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See how the track battle goes down in the video below.