Engine:5.0L 4950CC 302Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Trim: Roadster Sport Utility 2-Door
Drive Type: U/K
Leesburg, Georgia, United States
Very solid 1969 Bronco. I Have owned about five years.. Has original floor pans that are in great shape. Body overall is in great shape. Has 302 with three speed automatic. Dana front gear and ford 9'' rear gears, Wild horse suspension and body lift, New goodyear 33s tires.nearly new radio. Comes with bikini top. Nice leather bucket seats.. Has roll bar and rear seat. Has no hard top. I do have title in hand.. The only thing it needs is front drive shaft the knuckle got messed up on the one that was in it..
Has very solid body hard to find a body this solid. Has small dent on drivers side front cowl/ fender can be seen in picture.. The rest of bronco is solid.
These Broncos are getting hard to find especially in this condition , I know this is the fifth one that I have owned so I do know a little about them.
***Any questions phone me (229) 344-3061 Tim
*** Cash sell only no exceptions
Customers are a commodity in the automotive industry, and like any other commodity, automakers trade them back and forth. Only nobody wants to give up their customers - just to keep the ones they have and try to attract others.
That's what the Polk Automotive Loyalty Awards are all about. Every year the industry research body names the automakers, brands and models that manage to keep their customers coming back for more - and attract buyers to switch from other makes. Ford usually does pretty well, but this year it rose above even its own track record.
Not only did Dearborn win the Overall Loyalty to Manufacturer award, but also the Overall Loyalty to Make. Ford also took the African American category, and the F-150 was named the top full-size half-ton pickup in customer loyalty. Ford COO Mark Fields (pictured above) accepted the awards and gave the keynote address at the awards ceremony.
When Ford Australia announces, as it did recently, that it wants to celebrate the end of its Ford Performance Vehicle division with a Falcon FPV GT-F that celebrates big-bore origins of the nameplate, it's talking about the kind of car in this video.
At some point the classic Falcon GT - said to be an XY series - was invited to a test of acceleration against a Lamborghini Gallardo. At the very least, the Falcon GT had a 351 cubic-inch motor and 300 horsepower, but whatever this guy's got under the hood of his yellow sedan makes has him so confident that he doesn't even move his elbow from its resting place on the door.
You'll find a reminder of Ford Australia's heyday, a raucous exhaust note and some NSFW language in the short video below.
When we talk about trucks we often talk about how loyal truck owners are; it's men like Floyd Pullin who provide the proof. The 102-year-old man from Confluence, Pennsylvania has only owned Ford products since the 1920s, and he's done so well by Ford Trucks that the division named him honorary president for a day, not long after he took delivery of his latest ride, a 2013 F-150 STX.
That's the 16th Ford he's owned. If he bought his first when he was 16, he'd have flipped into a new car or truck about every five years. For 86 years. Not a bad run of business for either side.
Ford Trucks made a video to wish Pullin a happy birthday, which was celebrated at his local Ford dealership and was visited by a Pennsylvania state senator. You can watch it below.