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Ford Bronco 1972 on 2040-cars

Year:1972 Mileage:21751
Location:

Amory, Mississippi, United States

Amory, Mississippi, United States


1972 FORD BRONCO

YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE OF MY VERY NICE CUSTOM BUILT BRONCO'S!!! WITH POWER STEERING, AUTOMATIC, DISC BRAKES. THIS IS A AWESOME RIDING BRONCO WITH AMAZING SOUND! DRIVES GOOD, STOPS GOOD AND LOOKS GOOD!!!WITH ONLY 600 MILES FROM BUILT DATE!!!

I HAVE BEEN BUILDING BRONCO'S FOR 15 YEARS!

THIS IS ONE OF MY PERSONAL FAVORITES!


  • ENGINE 302 - BORED 30 WITH NEW CAM, ROD AND MAIN BEARINGS, NEW TIMING CHAIN, OIL PUMP, AND CAMSHAFT. HEADS REWORKED, NEW WATER PUMP, RADIATOR, REBUILT HOLLEY CARB, GM 1 WIRE ALTERNATOR, NEW POWER STEERING PUMP AND BRAKETS
  • TRANSMISSION C4 AUTO- REBUILT WITH CLUTCHES, SEALS AND BUSHINGS. NEW TORQUE CONVERTER, FLYWHEEL AND TRANS PUMP.
  • TRANSFER CASE- J SHIFT, NEW INPUT AND OUTPUT SEALS.
  • FRONT DIFF- DANA 30 3.54 RATIO, NEW RING AND PINION BEARINGS, SEALS, NEW WHEEL BEARINGS AND U JOINTS. DISC BRAKE CONVERSION FROM WILD HORSES ALONG WITH 2 1/2" LIFT. NEW ROCK CRAWLER STEERING GEAR.
  • REAR DIFF-   9" TRAC LOCK 3.50 RATIO, NEW WHEEL BEARINGS AND SEALS WITH 2 1/2" LIFT

I CUSTOM BUILT THE BUMPERS. STEERING COLUMN IS OUT OF A 1987 BRONCO AND WILL ALLOW THE STEERING WHEEL TO LOCK,  HAS A 23 GALLON FUEL TANK, 2 1/2 SUSPENSION LIFT 1" BODY LIFT, AND 33" TIRES.

NEW PARTS ARE AS FOLLOW:

  • BRAKE LINES AND HOSES
  • 4 DEGREE C BUSHINGS, RADIUS ARM BUSHINGS
  • WINDSHIELD AND GASKET
  • WIPER MOTOR CONVERSION
  • REAR SEAT COVER
  • HEAVY DUTY MASTER CYLINDER
  • BEST TOP BIKINI TOP
  • GORILLA WAR FLARES FROM WILD HORSES
  • FIBERGLASS HOOD
  • FLOOR PANS
  • REAR BRAKES
  • DOOR INSERTS
  • WHEEL CYLINDER
  • IGNITION SWITCH
  • SELLER HAS RIGHT TO BACK OUT AT ANY TIME!
  • FOR MORE PICS OR INFO CONTACT 662-315-3369


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