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1970 Bronco Sw on 2040-cars

Year:1970 Mileage:82000
Location:

Olympia, Washington, United States

Olympia, Washington, United States

Reserve just Reduced!

 

I am listing this for my friend, Jimmy Brown. If you have any questions feel free to contact him directly at:

 

360-951-0728 between the hours of 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM, Pacific Time, or e-mail at JBFinish@GMail.com.

 

Thanks for looking, Jimmy.

 

“Frame Up” restoration completed 2013 including;

 

Rebuilt and stroked 302 to 347 cu. in., approx. 6,000 miles on engine.

 

HEI Ignition.

 

New clutch, flywheel, pressure plate.

 

Warn Hubs.

 

9” Ford Rear End with 350 gearing.

 

“James Duff” three speed floor shift conversion.

 

“James Duff” Twin Shift” transfer case conversion.

 

Power steering with front disc brake conversion.

 

Newer BFG 33” AT tires with “Centerline” style wheels and full size spare. (approx.. 6,000 miles).

 

Heavy duty “Heim” front end joint system.

 

6” lift (no body lift).

 

Standard roll bar.

 

“James Duff” pre-runner front and rear bumpers.

 

Dual exhaust (cast headers).

 

All undercarriage is undercoated.

 

New electric wiper system with cover.

 

Dual fuel tanks.

 

Fresh body work and paint completed, (two toned paint), interior “Rhino liner”, new cloth bucket seats, “High Lift Jack”, “Sun” tachometer with aftermarket gauges, All lights work as well as  interior gauges.

 

Hard top only.

 

 This is a very nice example of a completely restored “Early Bronco” with very few miles and absolutely NO rust issues!  Trophy Winner at local car shows and the reserve is well within the appraised value.  Ready for daily driver, show vehicle, or off-road adventures.

 

The Bronco is being advertised locally, and I reserve the right to pull the listing if it sells.

 

If you are looking for a cherry turn-key Bronco, don't let this one pass you by.

 

Thanks again for looking.

 

 

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