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Full Rotisserie Restoration 1974 Bronco By Urban Gears Llc. on 2040-cars

US $59,000.00
Year:1974 Mileage:0 Color: including top of the line Gunmetal Grey Satin paint

Tualatin, Oregon, United States

Tualatin, Oregon, United States


L I V E    T H E    R I D E

Specializing in Restoring and Customizing the Classic Early Bronco.

Contemporary Design and Modern Technology.

This stunning 1974 Ford Bronco full rotisserie restoration was completed in June of 2014. This Bronco demand immediate attention with its immaculate exterior including top of the line Gunmetal Grey Satin paint, black modular soft top, tinted windows throughout, custom bumpers, upgraded 23 gallon fuel tank, sleek flat black wheels with Mickey Thompson ATV P3 tires, stylish updated J.W. Speaker LED headlights, giving the driver unparalleled night vision. The interior possesses all the modern comforts with a new fully digital red LED instrument cluster, new tilt steering column and steering wheel, fully adjustable high-back front and rear seats each with their own three-point safety seat belt, custom four point roll bar, superior grade black carpet, matching black center console with drink holders, and sleek lines with polished and billet aluminum accents. The ease of handling will surprise anyone with lifted vehicle experience, especially restored Broncos. The aftermarket suspension gives the Bronco a modern driving experience. It is an excellent daily driver with solid handling, smooth automatic shifting, easy power steering with a firm feel of the road, and excellent stopping capabilities with its upgraded four disc power braking system. This is a chance to own one of the off road icons. This Bronco has been restored to a level that needs no further updates. It has an impressive list of upgrades that improve the beauty and functionality of the Bronco.

Full List of Upgrades

New 302 V8 24 Month Unlimited Mile Engine Warranty

Rebuilt C4 Automatic Transmission

New 4 Wheel Power Disc Braking System

New Ignition System

New Suspension System

New Digital Red LED Instrument Cluster

New 23 Gallon Gas Tank System

New Cooling System

New Centech Wiring Throughout

New Custom Dual Exhaust System

Rotisserie Frame Off Restoration

New Superior Satin Gunmetal Grey Paint

New 8 Quart Milodon Oil Pan

New Motor/Body Mounts

New Warn Hubs

Complete Sandblasting of the Body and Frame

Complete Body and Frame Rust Seal

Complete Undercoating

New Firewall Insulation

New Distributor and Spark Plugs/Wires

New Radiator and Hoses

New Thermostat

New Water Pump

New Fan Blade/Shroud

New Fuel Pump and Lines

New Hood

New Early Bronco Grill

New Front Windshield and Seal

New Billet Battery Bracket

New Door Locks

New Holley 4 Barrel Carburetor with Electric Choke

New Valve Covers

New Air Filter

New Alternator

2.5 Inch Lift

New Front Coils

New Performance Headers

New Starter

New C Bushings/Suspension Bushings

New Steering Linkage

New Dual Shocks Front and Rear

New Power Brake Booster

New Power Steering Box

New Power Steering Pump

New Power Steering Lines

New Tilt Steering Column

New Black Steering Wheel

New Upper/Lower Steering Shafts

New Billet Steering Column Bezel

New Custom Four Point Roll Bar

New Stainless Steel Door Panels

New Weather Stripping Throughout

New Billet Aluminum Dash Knobs

New Windshield Wiper Arms and Blades

New Windshield Washer Reservoir

New Radiator Overflow Reservoir

New Tinted Passenger/Driver Windows

New Black Interior Quarter Panel Inserts

New Front/Rear Three Point Seat Belts

New Inner Door Handles and Cups

New Black Satin Door Handles

New Black Satin Mirrors

New Rear View Mirror

New Taillight Lenses

New Side Markers

New Front Signal Lenses with LED’s

New Window Door Felts

New Wiper Cover

New Set of 5 Pro Comp 7089 Wheels

New Set of 5 Mickey Thompson ATZ P3 Tires 35”

New Set of 4 1.25” Wheel Spacers

New Fabricated Front Bumper

New Rear Bumper with Integrated Tire Carrier

New High Back Driver and Passenger Seats

New High Back Dual Action Folding Rear Seat

New Premium Black Carpet Throughout

New Black Locking Center Console

New LED J.W. Speaker Headlights

New Custom All Weather Rubber Floor Mats

New Modular Soft Top with Tinted Windows

New Fender Flares

New Hydraulic Hood Props

New Billet Gas, Brake, & Emergency Brake Pedals

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