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Ford Bronco - 1969 on 2040-cars

Year:1969 Mileage:99999
Location:

Eden, Utah, United States

Eden, Utah, United States

     1969 Ford Bronco.  This is a very original 1969 Bronco.  I have a clear Utah title in my name. It has the original 302 V8 engine and drive train. It also has the original maroon paint. The Bronco was the subject of a restoration project that was not completed.  The Bronco was partially dissembled as part of the restoration, but was left in a dry Utah garage for many years.  The Bronco is almost complete and has very little rust or body damage. Please look closely at all of the photos.  I want the new owner to know exactly what they are getting. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask them. I will respond quickly.
     Because the Bronco is not running and is missing a few parts, I will list in detail what is needed to get it back on the road: 1. The front seats are missing.  The rear seat is there, but is tattered. 2. The engine turns, but has not been started. It comes was an extra carburetor and intake manifold as well as several other parts. Please look at the photos of the parts. I have arranged them on my trailer and have taken several photos. The radiator, heater vents, chrome trim, Bronco script, and numerous other parts come with the Bronco. 3. The front windshield was broken and removed. The rest of the glass is in place and useable. 4. The fenders, windshield frame, grille, and top are in place, but not securely bolted down.
     If you have less than five (5) positive feedbacks in your Ebay feedback score, please email or call me before bidding. A $250.00 PayPal deposit is required within 24 hours of the auction closing. My home phone, which is still attached to my kitchen wall, is (801) 745-0599.  I want this to be a good, straightforward, auction so don't hesitate to call. I will candidly answer any questions you have about my Bronco. Good luck bidding, and I hope it works out well for both of us.

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