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1973 Ford Bronco on 2040-cars

US $55,500.00
Year:1973 Mileage:4950 Color: rocker panels and motor compartment LineX bed liner rubber protective layer
Location:

Hood River, Oregon, United States

Hood River, Oregon, United States

1973 Ford Bronco Full Frame Off Restoration

 

As Featured in Crawl Magazine and the PIAA Website

*Over 77k of Part Recipes (Not Including Labor)

 

Motor- (Less than 5,000 miles on rebuild)

·      Ford 393 Stroker (builder guaranteed 500+ horsepower) It’s scary powerful

·      Edelbrock Pro Flow Multi Port Electronic Fuel Injection System

·      MSD Ignition Components

·      Stainless Steel Headers and High Flow Exhaust system

·      Dual Battery Optima Blue Top Batteries w/ 1-2 all off power switch

·      Stainless Steel Bronco Battery Mounts with BRONCO insignia

·      4 wheel disc brakes

·      Hydroboost Brake System w/ stainless hoses/ and stainless firewall mounting system

·      Stainless Steel Master Brake Cylinder

·      Ron Davis Customer Aluminum Radiator

·      High Output Electric Main Cooling Fan

·      High Output Electric Transmission Cooling Fan

·      ARB on Board Air Compressor w/ tire fill lines

·      Wild Horse Ford Extreme Duty Quick Ratio Steering System and Components

·      Hydraulic Steering Ram Assist System

·      Wild Horse Custom Built Lower Steering Shaft

·      Extreme Volume Steering Pump Kit

·      Steering Pump Bracket Kit

·      Stainless Billet Aluminum Pulleys

·      Large Capacity Wild Horse 23 gallon “Sherman Fuel Tank”

·      Stainless Steel oil Filter Cap

·      Stainless Steel Gas Cap

·      Morrsso 7 Quart Oil Pan (Gold)

·      Painless Bronco Wiring Harness

·      Under the Hood Storage Box

·      Stainless Steel High Output Alternator

·      Extreme Reinforced Motor Mounts

 

Transmission-

·      Rebuilt C-4 Automatic Transmission Made to Handle Horsepower Output

 

Transfer Case-

·      ATLAS 4sp Advanced Adapters Transfer Case with C-4 to Atlas 4 Adapters

 

Body:

·      Fresh 2008 Subaru Blue Metallic Paint Job

·      Custom Fiberglass hood with hood scoop vents (Wild Horse Buckaroo)

·      Gray Interior/ exterior rocker panels and motor compartment LineX bed liner rubber protective layer

·      Hard Top with interior exterior black LineX bed liner rubber protective layer

·      Wild Horse Family Full Cage Breezer Top and Windshield Bracket (Never Used in Box)

·      Stainless Steel (Painted to match) View Finder Windshield Frame w/ wiper blades and motor (Adjusts the windshield up another 4 inches up for better driving viability)

·      ProtoFab Family Roll cage

·      FT Bumper-ProtoFab Bronco Rock Solid Front Bumper w/ winch

·      9000lbs Warn Winch Mounted to front Bumper

·      PIAA Customer High Output front Headlight replacement

·      Custom Bronco front grill to fit PIAA High output head lights

·      Ventilators Inner Fender Vents (To help Cool High Horsepower Motor)

·      Rear Bumper- ProtoFab Rock Solid rear bumper  powder coated black

·      w/ swinging tire rack and gas carrier & Cooler rack combo powder coated black 

·      Custom Reinforced 3/4 “ steel rocker body supports welded into place during the build

·      Black Front and Rear Gorilla Fender Flares

 

Frame :(every piece stripped and black or blue power coated)

·      Full Wild Horse 5.5 inch Extreme Suspension System

·      Wild Horse Rock Crawler Coils

·      Wild Horse Super Reinforced Shackles

·      Wild Horse Extreme Radius Arms and Brakets

·      Wild Horse Extreme Rear Double Shock Hoop w/ body housing

·      37” inch Toyo Mud Terrain Tires w/ spare

·      15” Trail Ready Beadlocks Powder Coated Black

·      Heavy Duty Tie Rod and Drag Link Kit (High Rolling Customs in Reno NV)

 

Front Axle:

·      Rebuilt Stock Dana 44

·      4:56 Ring and Pinion

·      ARB Air Locker

·      Extreme Duty Hardened Axle

·      Disc Brakes

·      Locker Differential Blocker Cage

·      Transparent ARB Differential Cover

·      Warn Premium Locking Hubs

 

Rear Axle:

·      Rebuilt Ford 9”

·      4:56 Ring and Pinion

·      9” Yoke Guard- Bolts to Bronco 9” third member

 

Interior Features:

·      Mastercraft Blue and Black Sportsman Front Buckets with driver adjustable seat braket

·      Mastercraft Rear bench Seat with headrests

·      3” Lap Belts in each seat

·      Wild Horse Black Bronco floor mats

·      Stainless Steel Custom Dash

·      Stainless Steel Autometer gauges (fuel, rpm, speed, temp, trans temp)

·      Painless Off Road ignition key and 6 toggle switch panel

·      Pioneer 4 speaker sound system with amp

·      Lecarra MK 8 EL Wheel

·      Flaming River Stainless Steel Tilt Column w/ automatic transmission linkage

·      17” Billet Panoramic Rear View Mirror

·      Tuffy Deluxe Stereo Security Console Mounted to the Family Roll Cage

·      Smooth Closing & Opening Doors w/ working locks and window cranks

 

 

 

 

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