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Ford, Bronco, 36's, Super Swampers, Dana 44, 302, 6" Lift, Maryland, 1977 on 2040-cars

US $11,000.00
Year:1977 Mileage:67673
Location:

Forest Hill, Maryland, United States

Forest Hill, Maryland, United States

  There are a few minor scratches and nicks on the paint. NO RUST. Rear seat has a small rip in it. Engine & transmission run great! Does not leak any fluids. HAS 2 COLOR MATCHED DOORS!! NO TOP!!

1977 FORD BRONCO
302 FORD ENGINE
FORD SPEED TRANSMISSION
DANA 44 FRONT
9" Ford Rear
Disc Brake Conversion
6" Lift
Dual Exaust
James Duff steering stabilizer
Traction Bars
Detroit Locker w/ Yukon Axles
4 Speed Transmission
Rino Lined Floor
Alpine Stereo
Under Coated
36 x 13.50 Super Swamper Irock
15" Chrome Crager Rims
$11,000


Located in Harford County, Maryland


BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR COST ASSOCIATED WITH REMOVAL AND/OR TRANSPORTATION OF VEHICLE AT CLOSING OF THE AUCTION.
 Payments accepted: Cash or Certified Cashiers Check. 

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