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1996 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Sport Utility 2-door 5.0l on 2040-cars

Year:1996 Mileage:257000
Location:

Ansonia, Connecticut, United States

Ansonia, Connecticut, United States

For sale is my 1996 full size Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition. I have owned this truck for 11 years, and have not really driven it much in the last 2 years. I still start it and move it about once a month. It's still a decent old truck that is becoming harder to find. 

The Bad:

Typical Ford rust over both rear wheel wells, and minor rust on the tailgate.
ABS light is on
Needs rear tires
Passenger side power window does not work (have replacement motor)
Slight lifter tick when warm
Manual transfer case lever a bit sticky - but will go I to 4WD HI
I'm sure I've left something out - after all, it is 18 years old!

The Good:

New rear brakes/hardware/drums turned
New front brakes/rotors turned
New plugs/wires/cap/rotor
New timing chain/gears
New water pump
New radiator
New radiator hoses
New heater hoses
Fresh oil & filter
A/C blows cold
Front tires are nearly new - OE Goodyear Wrangler RT/S
Alpine AM/FM/CD player properly installed in dash
Probably leaving something out here as well

I have some extra parts to go with it, including D/S & P/S power window motors, tail lights, ABS computer, P/S door panel, rear cargo net, and a box of small misc. parts. 

Please feel free to contact me at 203-751-1025 for any questions. I will require an immediate deposit of $500 from the winning bidder, with the balance due in cash or money order. I have a clear CT title in my name which will not be released until the truck is paid for in full. I can help arrange transportation if you need it shipped, but the cost will be on the winning bidder.

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